Mezapos Villas are located in an area of approximately 30 acres, owned by the family. 10 brand new two-level big houses – villas have been built there utilizing this imposing and special beauty landscape. One side of the estate is about 25 meters from the surface of the sea and its other side reaches the green waters of the Mezapos Sea.
In the Tigani Peninsula, a western boundary of the Mezapos bay, there are remains of the 13th-century Frankish castle of Maene, which is believed to offer control all over Mani and in one version, it was named after it, and is an ideal choice for hikers. Mezapos has three different options for swimming, namely, Chalikia, Kourkou and Kato Mezapos.



Mezapos is 8km away from the seaside settlement of Gerolimenas, whose name is due to its view as a “holy harbor” in antiquity, while during the Ottoman domination it was one of the bastions of the Maniat pirates.

23km from Mezapos, Vathia is one of the most characteristic sights of Mani, consisting of a cluster of abandoned nowadays towers of Mani, a monument of the Mani architectural tradition.

Porto Cayo is a quiet village whose name came from the Venetian Porto Quaglio and the French Port des Cailles (Port of Caulles). Porto Cayo was the base of the pirate fleet of Lambros Katsonis, where he eventually vanished. During the Second World War, it was the site from which a significant number of British soldiers fled to Egypt.

The road ends at the imposing Cape Tainaro, the southernmost tip of Mani and Continental Europe (20 minutes walk from the road), and where one of the gates of Hades is mythologically placed. The lighthouse of Tainaro is one of the most unique sights of the whole Peloponnese. Shortly before in Porto Sternes, the ruins of the temple of Poseidon, and later the chapel of Asomaton, are located.

On the other side, about 13 km from Mezapos, there are the caves of Diros, which are considered to be by the speleologists, among the most important in the whole world. They are formed by an underground river in the middle of the rock, creating an imposing atmosphere, unparalleled colors and shapes that touch perfection.

Then, about 19 km from Mezapos, you can visit the highly traditional, cosmopolitan and historical Areopolis, where on 17 March 1821 the Greek Revolution against the Ottoman domination began, walk around the paved alleys overlooking the imposing Taygetos, taste its traditional dishes, and relax, while enjoying its coffee, sweet or drink, having fun until the morning.

A little further, some 43km from Mezapos, Gytheio is a historic town and a modern harbor connecting Mani with Kythera, Crete (Kasteli) and Antikythira (more information on 0030 27330 22262). Pausanias, as an etymology of the name, is convinced that in antiquity it meant “Earth of the Gods” and this from the tradition that Heracles and Apollo once at the time of the building of the city came into conflict due to the magical tripod of the Delphi Oracle. According to Pausanias again, Paris passed on this on his first night with the Beautiful Helen after her kidnapping.



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