With a population of fewer that 500 residents, and most shops, restaurants and cafes shoulder to shoulder along the main road, Kardamyli makes it extremely easy for young and old to explore its many colorful nooks and crannies.
Roadside cafe in Kardamyli
Seaside cafe in Kardamyli
The church of Aghios Spyridon in Old Kardamyli
The fortified tower of Mourtzinos on Old Kardamyli
Stone-built houses outside Kardamyli
Mani is the central of the three southern peninsulas of Peloponnese. It is shaped as a witch’s gnarled finger and it is bound to enchant you.
Mani itself is divided into three areas: Outer Mani lies to the northwest, Inner Mani to the east and Lower Mani to the southeast. Whether mostly green and lush (Outer Mani) or dry and rugged (Inner Mani), the region offers breathtaking locations steeped in history and culture. Once notorious as a pirates' lair, today Mani is equally attractive for families and adventurers.
Here's a glimpse of what you can encounter in this fascinating southern tip of Greece.
Prickly pear in Outer Mani
Muses Apartments in Kardamyli, Greece
Your home away from home in Outer Mani.