Whether you are visiting Messinia Greece for business or  pleasure  you might want to give yourself the chance to do something creative!

Take the time to get acquainted with magnificent attractions and archaeological sites all around Kalamata by joining exciting Kalamata Tours and Excursions planned by our taxi services . Some of the finest spots in Greece will unfold before your eyes reflecting the grandeur of nature and uncovering the interesting ancient Greek history and culture.

Discover the treasures of Ancient Olympia, the castle-town of Mistras, the archaeological site of Ancient Messini, tour around Argolida and see the charming town of Nafplio, Mycenae and the theatre of Epidaurus and admire the majestic Diros Caves, one of the most beautiful and well-preserved caves in Greece.


Ancient Messini


Messene, officially Ancient Messene, is a local community (topiki koinotita) of the municipal unit (dimotiki enotita) Ithomi, of the municipality (dimos) of Messini within the regional unit (perifereiaki enotita) of Messenia in the region (perifereia) of Peloponnese, one of 13 regions into which Greece has been divided. Before 2011 it held the same position in the administrative hierarchy, according to Law 2539 of 1997, the Kapodistrias Plan, except that Ithomi was an independent municipality and Ancient Messene was a local division (topiko diamerisma) within it.


Ancient Olympia


Olympia, a sanctuary of ancient Greece in Elis, is known for having been the site of the Olympic Games in classical times, the most famous games in history.

The Olympic Games were held every four years throughout Classical Antiquity, from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD.[2] The first Olympic Games were in honor of Zeus.


Pallace of Nestor


The so-called Palace of Nestor is the primary structure within a larger Late Helladic era settlement, likely once surrounded by a fortified wall. The palace, widely identified with that of Mycenaean-era Pylos, was a two-storey building with store rooms, workshops, baths, light wells, reception rooms and a sewage system. The site is the best preserved Mycenaean Greek palace discovered.

During excavation in 1939 around 1,000 Linear B tablets were identified.

The settlement had been long occupied with most artefacts discovered dating from 1300 BCE. The palace complex was destroyed by fire around 1200 BCE.




Mystras is a fortified town and a former municipality in Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Sparti, of which it is a municipal unit.[2] Situated on Mt. Taygetos, near ancient Sparta, it served as the capital of the Byzantine Despotate of the Morea in the 14th and 15th centuries, experiencing a period of prosperity and cultural flowering. The site remained inhabited throughout the Ottoman period, when it was mistaken by Western travellers for ancient Sparta. In the 1830s, it was abandoned and the new town of Sparta was built, approximately eight kilometres to the east.


Voidokilia Beach


Voidokilia Beach is a popular beach in Messinia in the Mediterranean area. In the shape of the Greek letter omega (Ω), its sand forms a semicircular strip of dunes. The land facing side of the strip of dunes is Gialova Lagoon (or Yalova Lagoon), and important bird habitat. The beach has been named "A Place of Particular Natural Beauty".It is part of a Natura 2000 protected area.



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