Set sail from Kalamata to discover the gems of the Southern Peloponnese. Mixed Venetian and Greek architecture, beautiful bays and crustal clear waters, friendly locals and traditional local cuisine form a majestic destination ideal for relaxed and carefree sailing holidays with your beloved ones!
Nearest Airport: KLX – Kalamata, Greece
Departure Area: Kalamata Marina
Check In Time: Saturdays at 17.00
Check Out Time: Saturdays at 09.00
Duration of Trip: Seven (7) Days
Price: from €1.300 per week
Yacht Type: Sailing Yachts
Bareboat or Skippered: Both
The modern city of Pylos is definitely one of the most attractive coast in Greece. Someone arriving at Pylos, has the impression that he is somewhere on an island. The little town is built amphitheatrically between and on-top of two hills, on the southern side of the Navarino bay. Ideal for walks the beautiful boardwalk offers a variety of choices to enjoy traditional tastes and even have a drink by the sea. Next to Pylos you will find one of the most beautiful beaches of Greece, the Voidokoilia bay. Just beware of the depth when entering the bay as it has shallow waters.
A beautiful seaside village in the southwestern tip of the Peloponnese, Foinikouda is most notable for its beautiful beaches. The village is popular destination for yachts as it has a small port and it is a very good option for stopping, relaxing and enjoying the local traditional cuisine.
The town of Koroni is nested on a hill below an impressive Venetian castle and reaches to the end of the gulf of Messinia. Koroni was founded in the ancient times and is known to have had many temples of Greek gods and a copper statue of Zeus. The coastline around Koroni has many beautiful spots to anchor and have a swim and the port of the town can offer safe docking for spending the night.
Stoupa is a small village on the coast of the Southern Peloponnese which has greatly developed through the past years. Beautiful sandy beaches, variety of dining choices and tranquility offer a great destination for relaxing and enjoying a carefree sailing trip.
Limeni is the port of Aeropoli, a stone village in Mani named by the Greek god Ares. The traditional architecture of stone tower distinct this part of Greece from the traditional white and blue architecture. The houses dominate above the port over the hills where the view can take your breath away. The port (Limeni) is a safe spot to dock and spend the night.
A small island at the southern tip of the Peloponnese, Elafonisos is a very popular summer destination. The island has several sandy beaches suitable for swimming. The most famous of all is the twin beach of Simos-Saracenico on the south eastern tip of the island. Another one is the beach Aglyfti on the south west of the island with pebbles, whose existance even the locals forget, as it is hidden with no road access.
Kythira is an unique island in many respects. It is the island of Greek Goddess Aphrodite and Eros. Located in Southern Greece between the southern Peloponnese and Crete, it is a mountainous island with many valleys reaching into the sea to form beautiful beaches. The island has many villages ideal for walks and enjoying the beautiful Greek sunset with a view to the endless Ionian Sea. Crystal clear waters and sandy beaches combined with the friendly locals and the traditional local cuisine will make you love the island!