The Peninsula of Mani
The peninsula of Mani is located in the middle of the three peninsulas of the South of Peloponnese where the Ionian Sea meets with the Aegean Sea. More than 96 traditional villages with their houses and stone towers, impressive caves, Byzantine churches, beautiful beaches and local cuisine make Mani a unique destination to go by car all year round.
Let yourself be carried away by the wild beauty of the rocks by the sea, discover Lakoniki Mani and its most revealing points!
A walk through the cobbled streets with their tower houses is like traveling in the past. The Church of Taxiarhes on the southern side of Plateia 17 Martiou, the Towers of Kapetanakos, Mparelakou and Pikoula are some of the main sights in Areopoli… Enjoy your stay in traditional houses and taste the local food in their typical taverns.
Limeni is a magical place! it is a small bay with deep blue waters and stone houses, literally built hanging from the rocky hillside. This small village that formerly belonged to the Mavromichali family today is considered one of the most picturesque places in Greece and is known for its fish taverns and lovely views at sunset.
Built on a hill overlooking the bay, Itylo is a town steeped in history. According to Homer during the Mycenaean period, this city belonged to the Kingdom of Menelaus and took part in the war of Troy. Today the area is a perfect destination to relax.