Monasteries, nunneries, places of worship, etc.
Caves, mountain caves, etc.
KALAMATA Kalamata fell into the hands of the Franks (1209), the Navarrese (1381) and then was liberated by the Paleologues. The Turkish occupation followed (except for the period from 1685 to 1715, when it was under the occupation of the Venetians) On March 23, 1821, the Maniates, led by Petrobeis Mavromichalis, occupied the city and proclaimed the Greek Revolution which …
KALAMATA Of particular interest are the concerts, local celebrations and fairs, carnival events, as well as other traditional events (in relation to the local production of agricultural products) in which everyone together, locals and tourists, feast and rejoice - at one table - the messianic atmosphere of the celebration. Kalamata International Dance Festival The Kalamata International Dance Festival has managed …
Visiting the imposing castles of Methoni and Koroni is a dive into the Venetian past of the Peloponnese. Pass by historic Navarino, whose naval battle decided the war for Greek independence, and stop at Pylos. Next to it, in Chora, are the ruins of the palace of the wise king Nestor, one of the largest ancient palaces found in Greece. …
Sea & Mountain
Mountain and sea, beaches, picturesque beaches, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, canyons, mountain shelters, etc.
Travel information, weather forecast, ship schedules, bus schedules, airplane schedules, useful phone numbers, coastguard, police station, town hall, etc.