|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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This beautiful detached house is in an elevated position overlooking the Navarino bay. It has one bedroom with double bed and a second bedroom with 2 single beds. A living room with sofa-bed, arm chairs, and dining table. The villa has an open plan kitchen with a full size cooker, large fridge freezer, kitchen hood, oven, toaster, coffee machine plates, cups etc. The bathroom is with shower . Both bedrooms and the living room have air-condition. The living room leads out to a large balcony with excellent sea view
The Peloponnese is a distinguished part of the Greek Mainland. With long unspoilt coastlines, rolling green hills, steep mountains, wild flowers, forests and authentic traditional villages.
It is the place for exploring monasteries, castles, and some of the world’s most impressive historic sites.
It is a superb area for touring as every region, village and small hamlet within is a point of attraction for the foreign traveller.
The peninsula of Messenia will impress you the most. The castles of Pilos, Methoni and Koroni are strong reflections of the varied culture and history that has washed over the area through the centuries and which lives on to the present day. The little towns where land meets sea are warm nests of life. The sandy beaches are more abundant here then anywhere else in Greece and up to now very few have experienced their clear crystal waters so they are still unspoilt.
Gialova with it’s long sandy beach, is a small village with it’s scattered houses spread out between the farms, embedded in greenery of sweet smelling lemon and orange trees and large olive groves.
Around the pier of the village you will find a couple of cafeterias and a few characteristic restaurants and taverns.
This spot has always been the heart of the village as the pier was used in the past for transportation of agricultural produce and the farmers from the surrounding villages used to come here to meet with the traders and deliver their harvest. This has built up a culture of warm hospitality and the local inhabitants are renowned for being the best hosts. You can feel this strongly as you meet people who come back year after year