The abandoned village of Vàtia in the peninsula of Mani, Peloponnese, is slowly reopening, because its tower houses are restored by tourists, lovers of the beautiful view that can be enjoyed from this place.

Cape Korakàs (analogic photo 2000)

Cape Korakàs, near Porto Heli in Peloponnese, Greece. This 2000s analog photo shows the area where a luxury resort with SPA was built of a well-known hotel chain. It was more beautiful like that!


The small town of Malvasìa, clinging on a rock, lying in the sea like a ship, is a testament to the greatness of its history, when in its peak of splendor, the citizens who lived there were over 10,000

Navarino Bay

Olive trees as far as the eye, mediterranean scrub and a sea of incredible transparency. This is the Navarino Bay, Peloponnese, Greece


Elafònisos is a small island, in front of the Greek city of Neapolis, in the southeastern part of the Peloponnese. It is reachable by ferry service and in summer it is literally assaulted by tourists who love its beautiful white beaches, particularly Simos beach.


The small village of Geroliménas is located on the peninsula of Mani, the central finger of the Peloponnese, Greece.
Its bay, which encloses a small harbor, has crystal clear waters and excellent fish.


Kiparissòs is a village on the road leading to Cape Tenaro. A few houses overlooking a beautiful sea, tranquility and good food.
An ideal place for a restful holiday.

The wonderful transparency of Capo Tenaro

This is Capo Tenaro’s water, at the very tip of the Mani peninsula, Peloponnese, Greece.
Along with Tarifa is the most southern point of continental Europe.
The landscape is sunny and arid, the climate is dry and hot; you can get there comfortably with your car.