Pilos, Greece

Pylos & Methoni Day Trip From Kalamata

with Telia N.

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Telia N.
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Join me on a private day trip to Pylos and Methoni in a luxurious air-conditioned vehicle, with free WiFi on board. Two of the most beautiful coastal towns of Messenia.
Our trip will begin from your hotel and crossing streets filled with olive and orange trees but also with myths and traditions, for about an hour, we will reach the hill in front of Pylos.
The first time that you confront the bay of Navarino, combined with the castle and the green colors of Pylos, is going to be one of the moments of the tour that you will never forget.
The picturesque town of Pylos will welcome us soon. While enjoying your coffee at the town's main square we will learn everything about its history. There, among the plane trees, stands the monument of the Three Admirals from Russia, France and England. You will also learn stories and tales of these three philhellenists.
Before we leave Pylos, we will make our next stop at the castle known as Niokastro. It was built by the Turks in 1573 AD, but like every other castle in the region it constantly changed hands. As you walk the cobblestone streets you will admire the four cylindrical towers and also the aqueduct, a legacy left by the Venetians.
Our next stop will be the nearby town of Methoni. The castle of this town is one of the most impressive of the Peloponnese, since one of its parts, Bourtzi, reaches into the sea, like an artificial ... island! Walking between walls and battlements, it will whisper its own secrets, starting from 1500 AD, when Venetian soldiers started to build it.
After so many battles, naval battles and castle constructions, you will definitely get hungry. The tavern under the walls of Methoni, almost inside the sea and overlooking Bourtzi, will satisfy your hunger.

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$75
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for 8 hours


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Telia N.

Hello, my name is Telia and I would like to be your compass for a day, in my hometown Kalamata. Kalamata belongs to the region of Peloponnese, we are right next to a big port and that make us have hospitality in our DNA. I work many years now, with visitors coming in Kalamata. I really love being around of people with different cultures and my goal is to make them enjoy and share my passion of all the beauties of my country. Full profile Leave a Review


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