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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 0.2km

A quiet,first floor studio apartment located(5 min walk) very near the sea coast beaches of Kalamata .Fully furnished with kitchen, bathroom,and a tv, A terrace for your breakfast, your drink, your relaxing with nice views of the mountains.

Fridge will be stalked with cold spring water.You will also have the pleasure to try our own extra virgin olive oil ,figs,catus, grapes ,and other fruits and veggies when in season waiting for you when you arrive. A nice bottle of our wine ,coffee ,tea, our home grown hamomile tea with our local fresh honey .

This and all i have listed are all from my village Arfara 20 km from Kalamata which you may want to visit if you like.

Located right next to the local super-market . Also in the neighborhood (1 minute walk) bakery, pastry.ice cream.coffee shop that you will fall in love with.A one minute drive to a gas station/carwash/coffee/pastry ,A 2nd supermarket, catering services, pharmacy, bakeries, taverns, fastfood, and all your shopping needs are a.fifteen minute walk.

If you are thinking of spending your holidays in this beautiful place please contact me and i can provide more information on food - drinking - swimming - activities & also excursions to nearby uninhabited and isolated beautiful beaches or day trips to other nearby places * * *

Also below is a list of services I can help you arrange. If your wish is not on the list, don't be afraid to ask!

I can pick you up/drop off from Kalamata Airport or bus station . Free of charge! ( If there is a long flight delay on your arrival ,there will be a fee for waiting time )

Airport transfers from Athens by me, or from any other destination in Greece. Hourly fee plus expenses applies for this service.

I also offer Personal Driver ,Tour Guide Service to show you around different sites and places,if you like. Hourly fee plus expenses applies for this service.

I can also handle all your shopping needs .I take pride in bringing you the freshest Groceries, meats, vegtables, fruits ,or anything else you might need . Everything is hand picked by me at our local butcher , farms ,markets,bakery ,ect in and around my village of Arfara.

Vehicle Rentals, Bicycle or Moto Bike Rentals

Hair Salon Service , Dry Cleaning Service ,Restaurant Reservations

Kalamata also offers a beautiful bike trail that stretches throughout Kalamata

1.5 KM from Town Hall, Cultural Center,Archaeological Museum, ?ain and Traditional Market.From there a 5 min walk to the Old Town,and a 10 - 15 min walk to the Castle .

Set on a beautiful beach at the foot of the stunning Peloponnese mountains, Kalamata offers plenty to catch the eye. Although much of the tourist activity here revolves around the beach and the clear Mediterranean sea, there is more to Kalamata than that, and exploring the small town and its surroundings can throw up some stunning surprises. Although large sections of the town were destroyed by a major earthquake during the 1980s, there are still some attractive buildings and historically interesting sites to be visited in and around the town.

Paragliding :

Kalamata also made a sport (paragliding), which has existed since the mid 80s.

located 20km from Kalamata. Takeoff is off a side of the mountain and the landing takes place on the beach in Kalamata.Especially in Greece and more specifically to Verga - Kalamata you can enjoy it because it is ideal for the sport, as the climatic and soil conditions are favorable.

Paragliding has developed rapidly all over the world because of the ease of learning, low cost, safety and satisfaction.

Beach Life

No trip to Kalamata is complete without plenty of trips to the beach, but don't be tempted just to stick to one favorite spot. Taking a walk up the shore will take you past fishing boats, small local restaurants and bars,clubs and past pretty little olive and fruit groves - bring along your camera as there will be some great photo opportunities! Another pleasant option is to head up to the Marina at the far end of the town. If you're staying by the beach or in Kalamata's center, it may be worth taking a taxi here, as the walk takes around 30 minutes - it can feel much longer in the heat of summer. Here is a modern little bay with impressive yachts and bobbing boats, along with some good waterside bars, cafes and restaurants.

Magic of the Mountains

The southern Peloponnese mountains form a stunning backdrop to Kalamata, and keen walkers and nature lovers will find the rugged mountain range throws up plenty of opportunity for challenging walks and rambles. The vast mountain that sits immediately behind the town has a trail running from its base right up to the top - set out early in the morning before the heat kicks in, and be prepared to spend around four or five hours getting to the top. Bring plenty of water and sunscreen, and don't forget your camera - the walk can be challenging but the views across the town and out to sea are outstanding.

Town Treasures

Drag yourself off the beach lounger and into Kalamata town centre to see the remains of a 13th century church, as well as the impressive Ayii Apostili - a church that also dates back to the 13th century. The fruit and vegetable market held in the town center is a riot of color and exotic smells, and the produce on sale tastes every bit as good as it looks.

The Kalamata Beach covers a stretch of about four km and boasts of crystal blue waters. It has been awarded with the blue flags of Europe. The beach is famous for its scenic beauty and colourful shells found on its coast.

The famous Byzantine church of the Virgin Ypapanti is located in the town. It is famous for the Kalamata silk woven by the nuns here. There are several other churches located within the city which should be seen for their architectural beauty.

There are several museums in Kalamata which provide the visitors with interesting historical information. The Railway Museum is located to the south of the Municipal Park. The Benakeion Archaeological Museum located in the heart of the city, houses treasures ranging from the Bronze Age to the Roman period.

Kalamata hosts a number of cultural events and festivals. The Kalamata Dance Festival is held every year and focuses on the exchange of Greek and foreign dance troupes.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach kalamata beaches 200 m
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: kalamata airport (klx) 8 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

General Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Wheelchair users, Secure parking

The Peloponnese region

1.5 KM from Town Hall, Cultural Center,Archaeological Museum, ?ain and Traditional Market.From there a 5 min walk to the Old Town,and a 10 - 15 min walk to the Castle .

Set on a beautiful beach at the foot of the stunning Peloponnese mountains, Kalamata offers plenty to catch the eye. Although much of the tourist activity here revolves around the beach and the clear Mediterranean sea, there is more to Kalamata than that, and exploring the small town and its surroundings can throw up some stunning surprises. Although large sections of the town were destroyed by a major earthquake during the 1980s, there are still some attractive buildings and historically interesting sites to be visited in and around the town.

Kalamata

Paragliding :

Kalamata also made a sport (paragliding), which has existed since the mid 80s.

located 20km from Kalamata. Takeoff is off a side of the mountain and the landing takes place on the beach in Kalamata.Especially in Greece and more specifically to Verga - Kalamata you can enjoy it because it is ideal for the sport, as the climatic and soil conditions are favorable.

Paragliding has developed rapidly all over the world because of the ease of learning, low cost, safety and satisfaction.

Beach Life

No trip to Kalamata is complete without plenty of trips to the beach, but don't be tempted just to stick to one favorite spot. Taking a walk up the shore will take you past fishing boats, small local restaurants and bars,clubs and past pretty little olive and fruit groves - bring along your camera as there will be some great photo opportunities! Another pleasant option is to head up to the Marina at the far end of the town. If you're staying by the beach or in Kalamata's center, it may be worth taking a taxi here, as the walk takes around 30 minutes - it can feel much longer in the heat of summer. Here is a modern little bay with impressive yachts and bobbing boats, along with some good waterside bars, cafes and restaurants.

Magic of the Mountains

The southern Peloponnese mountains form a stunning backdrop to Kalamata, and keen walkers and nature lovers will find the rugged mountain range throws up plenty of opportunity for challenging walks and rambles. The vast mountain that sits immediately behind the town has a trail running from its base right up to the top - set out early in the morning before the heat kicks in, and be prepared to spend around four or five hours getting to the top. Bring plenty of water and sunscreen, and don't forget your camera - the walk can be challenging but the views across the town and out to sea are outstanding.

Town Treasures

Drag yourself off the beach lounger and into Kalamata town centre to see the remains of a 13th century church, as well as the impressive Ayii Apostili - a church that also dates back to the 13th century. The fruit and vegetable market held in the town center is a riot of color and exotic smells, and the produce on sale tastes every bit as good as it looks.

The Kalamata Beach covers a stretch of about four km and boasts of crystal blue waters. It has been awarded with the blue flags of Europe. The beach is famous for its scenic beauty and colourful shells found on its coast.

The famous Byzantine church of the Virgin Ypapanti is located in the town. It is famous for the Kalamata silk woven by the nuns here. There are several other churches located within the city which should be seen for their architectural beauty.

There are several museums in Kalamata which provide the visitors with interesting historical information. The Railway Museum is located to the south of the Municipal Park. The Benakeion Archaeological Museum located in the heart of the city, houses treasures ranging from the Bronze Age to the Roman period.

Kalamata hosts a number of cultural events and festivals. The Kalamata Dance Festival is held every year and focuses on the exchange of Greek and foreign dance troupes.

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14 Sep 2013

5/5

"Don't miss this beach opportunity!!"

(tell me what to change/add)This was my second year occupying a property within the Kalamata Rentals family business.One the best features of Kalamata Rentals is the outstanding hospitality and gener… More

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