- English, Greek
I born in Kalamata Messinias. I enjoy trips, meeting new cultures, and listening to some good music. I believe that every Greek host must provide the famous 'greek hospitality' that characterizes us as a nation since ancient times! My motto is 'Nothing in life gives you for free, you should try hard to win it'! Don't hesitate to contact for any questions! I hope to see you soon! Kindest Regards, Theodora
Theodora purchased this Apartment in 1986
Why Theodora chose Ditiki Mani
Theodora Apartments is a family run business. Since 1986, we have many pleased guests from all over the world. You will experience the famous greek hospitality that characterizes us as a nation since ancient times!
What makes this Apartment unique
The apartments are in dead end and far from the main road, so noise is an unknown word. We are up to a cliff and the view from the spacious balconies is panoramic. Above the cliff are the beaches of the photos with the crystal clear water!
- ?he hours of public nuisance are 3.00 a.m - 6.00 a.m. and 00.00 - 9.00 p.m - Please keep windows and doors closed when the airconditioning or heating are running. - Please do not throw any paper in the toilets. - Pets not permitted.
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Our first visit to Peloponnese
Theodora was very welcoming and very helpful throughout our stay. The apartment was everything we expected from the photographs, as was the stunning view. The stony beaches are lovely and the water is crystal clear. The village is very quiet with just a small number of tavernas and one supermarket within walking distance. Other villages and beaches are just a few miles away. There are lots of historic and interesting places to visit, although some involve a lot of driving. Overall, a lovely and restful holiday. Also, you can drink the water!!
Avia is a country area with beautiful natural terrain, rugged coastline and remarkable tourist traffic. Municipal of Avia is established by the villages of Arhontiko, Paleochora, Akrogiali and Great Mantinea. In Great Mantinea preserved examples of traditional architecture. The Municipal of Avia has 605 inhabitants. The Avia is 9 miles away from Kalamata.
At the foot of Taygetos, in the estuary Nedonta, rises the second largest city in the Peloponnese, Kalamata. Its beauty is due both to the waterfront, and the old town, reminiscent of its long history. The history of the city starts from antiquity, where Homer mentions 'Fares' and puts the point where today the castle of the city.
A landmark in the history of Kalamata is the liberation from the Turks on March 23, 1821.
Kalamata is now more accessible than ever, since the upgraded motorway has reduced the trip time to 2.5 hours drive from Athens, while access to the town is by air from Athens and Thessaloniki, or by ferry from Crete .