Greece is home to more than 150 inhabited islands, therefore choosing which one to visit next can pose a justifiable dilemma. There are islands that are known for their cosmopolitan flair and glamour, others for their sheer natural beauty and some for their traditional attributes.
The prefecture of Messenia, at the south westernmost corner of the Peloponnese, is a region known for a few reasons. When mentioning Messenia, the following are bound to come up in a conversation among Greeks: the famous olive groves of Kalamata, the fiery temperament of Mani’s culture and the Navarino castle and fortifications of Pylos.
As if Greece were not already blessed enough with gorgeous waters, the country is also rich in therapeutic natural thermal springs that make ideal destinations for a wellness get-away. The famous thermal springs of Greece offer a broad spectrum of experiences.
There’s a reason why millions of travellers flock to Greece every year — enchanted with its unique charm which graciously spreads across the myriad of islands dotting its historical land. Most stop in Athens for a short while, curious to get a glimpse into its magnificent past. For many, Athens is the final destination where
The Peloponnese is one of Greece’s most magical destinations yet one of the most “hidden.” In our latest Hidden Tales, we’ll introduce you to the lush trails, swift rapids, charming villages and beautiful monasteries that make this destination so special.