Villas in Peloponnese

If you’re seeking a beautiful villa holiday this year, the Peloponnese in southern Greece is the perfect destination. This peninsula, connected to the mainland by several bridges, combines the allure of an island with the ease of mainland access. In addition to stunning Peloponnese villas, we offer a range of villas in Greece, including Lefkada, Ithaca, and Kefalonia.

For history and legend enthusiasts, the Peloponnese is ideal. It’s believed to be the land where Hercules fought the Nemean lion and where the Argonauts embarked on their quest for the Golden Fleece. The region boasts fascinating landscapes and architecture, with beautiful mountains, dense forests, and sandy beaches, complemented by mediaeval villages, ancient Olympia, and the impressive limestone theatre of Epidavros.

Stay in one of our holiday villas with private pools, WiFi, and air conditioning, all close to the beach with spectacular views. Our villas in the Peloponnese, ranging from one to two bedrooms, offer unique charm and are perfect for making your holiday legendary. Ready to book your next villa holiday? Browse our beautiful villas today.


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About Peloponnese

The Peloponnese is a stunning peninsula located in the southern part of mainland Greece, connected to the rest of the country by the narrow Isthmus of Corinth. It boasts a rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty, making it an ideal destination for holidaymakers seeking a diverse and enriching vacation experience.

Geographically, the Peloponnese is surrounded by the Aegean Sea to the east and the Ionian Sea to the
west, offering a variety of coastal landscapes from tranquil bays to rugged cliffs. The peninsula's interior is characterised by verdant mountains, fertile valleys, and picturesque villages, providing a perfect backdrop for both relaxation and adventure.

Holidaymakers are drawn to the Peloponnese for its:

Historical Sites: The region is home to some ancient archaeological sites, including the ancient city of Mycenae, the theatre of Epidaurus, and the ruins of ancient Olympia, where the Olympic Games

Charming Towns: Picturesque towns like Nafplio, with its Venetian architecture and scenic waterfront, and Monemvasia, a mediaeval fortress town on a small island, offer a glimpse into Greece's storied past and vibrant present.

Natural Beauty: The Peloponnese features stunning landscapes, from the Taygetos mountain range to
the serene beaches of Mani. Visitors can explore gorges, forests, and pristine coastline, making it a
paradise for nature lovers.

Cultural Experiences: The region's rich cultural heritage is celebrated through numerous festivals,
traditional music, and local crafts. Visitors can immerse themselves in the local culture and enjoy the warm hospitality of the Peloponnesian people.

Whether you're interested in exploring ancient ruins, enjoying beautiful beaches, or simply soaking in the local culture, the Peloponnese offers something for everyone, ensuring a memorable and fulfilling holiday experience.

The Regions of Peloponnese - Where to Stay

The Peloponnese is a treasure trove of diverse holiday destinations, each with its own unique charm and attractions. From the historical marvels of Argolis and the mountainous beauty of Arcadia to the serene beaches of Laconia, there is something for every type of traveller. However, one of the most enchanting regions in the Peloponnese is Messinia, which stands out for its exceptional natural beauty, rich history, and welcoming atmosphere.


Messinia is located in the southwestern part of the Peloponnese peninsula, bordered by the Ionian Sea to the west and the Gulf of Messinia to the south. This region is renowned for its lush landscapes, picturesque villages, and stunning coastline, making it a perfect destination for holidaymakers seeking both relaxation and adventure.

Geographical Charm: Nestled between the Taygetos mountains and the azure waters of the Ionian Sea, Messinia offers a diverse landscape that ranges from verdant hills and fertile plains to pristine beaches and rocky coves. This variety ensures that visitors can enjoy a wide array of activities, from hiking and exploring nature reserves to sunbathing and swimming in crystal-clear waters.

A highlight of the region is Costa Navarino, a subtle, high-end resort completely in harmony with its
surrounding nature. Established by Captain Vassillis Constantakopolous, Costa Navarino epitomises
luxury and sustainability, offering world-class amenities while preserving the natural beauty of the area.

Historical and Cultural Richness: Messinia is steeped in history, with numerous archaeological sites and ancient ruins to explore. Highlights include the Palace of Nestor, an important Mycenaean site, and the mediaeval fortress town of Methoni, with its impressive castle overlooking the sea. The region’s rich cultural heritage is also evident in its charming villages, where traditional architecture and local customs are still very much alive.

Local Hospitality: One of Messina's most endearing qualities is the warm hospitality of its residents.
Visitors are welcomed with open arms and have the chance to experience authentic Greek culture
through local festivals and markets. This genuine hospitality enhances the holiday experience, making every visitor feel at home.

View Our Villas in Messinia


The Peloponnese is a paradise for beach lovers, offering a variety of stunning and serene beaches. The turquoise waters and golden sands here are ideal for relaxation, water sports, and soaking up the Mediterranean sun. Here are some of our top recommendations near Messinia where our villas are close by:

Voidokilia Beach - a true gem, Voidokilia Beach is a breathtaking crescent-shaped bay with fine white sand and crystal-clear waters. Its natural beauty, coupled with its proximity to the Gialova Lagoon and ancient Pylos, makes it a must-visit for any beachgoer.

Finikounda Beach - located in the charming village of Finikounda, this beach is perfect for families and water sports enthusiasts. The calm, shallow waters are ideal for swimming and windsurfing, while the vibrant local tavernas offer a delightful spot to relax and enjoy local cuisine.

Divari Beach (Golden Beach) - Located near Gialova, Divari Beach, also known as Golden Beach, is a long stretch of fine sand with shallow, calm waters, making it ideal for families. The beach is backed by the Gialova Lagoon, a significant ecological site, perfect for combining a beach day with bird watching.

Methoni Beach - this beach is located near the historic town of Methoni, famous for its impressive
Venetian castle. The beach itself boasts golden sand and clear, shallow waters, making it ideal for

Kalogria Beach - Though a bit further from Messinia, Kalogria Beach in the Achaia region is famous for its expansive sandy shore and protected sand dunes. It offers a unique blend of beach and forest
landscapes, perfect for nature lovers.

The beaches of the Peloponnese, especially those in Messinia, offer a perfect blend of natural beauty and recreational opportunities, ensuring a memorable seaside experience.

Things To Do

The Peloponnese offers a rich array of activities for visitors, from exploring ancient ruins and hiking
through beautiful landscapes to enjoying local cuisine and engaging in water sports. Here are some
popular things to do in the region, with a special emphasis on Messinia.

Family-Friendly Activities

The Peloponnese is perfect for families, offering a variety of activities that cater to all ages.

Visit the ancient city of Messini, one of Greece’s most well-preserved archaeological sites. Children and adults alike will be fascinated by the ancient theatre, stadium, and impressive city walls.

Enjoy a day of water sports in Navarino Bay, where activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, and
snorkelling are perfect for families. The calm, clear waters make it a safe and enjoyable experience for all ages.

A visit to the Polilimnio Waterfalls offers a day of adventure and natural beauty. Families can hike
through the lush landscape, swim in the clear pools, and enjoy a picnic surrounded by stunning scenery.

Exploring Landscapes

The diverse landscape of the Peloponnese is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. From mountains and valleys to beaches and forests, there’s something for everyone.

For hiking enthusiasts, the Taygetos Mountains offer trails with breathtaking views and the chance to explore lush forests and rocky terrain. The Viros Gorge, in particular, is a spectacular route with diverse flora and fauna.

Explore the natural beauty of Voidokilia Beach and the nearby Gialova Lagoon. The lagoon is a protected area home to numerous bird species, making it a great spot for bird watching and nature walks.

The scenic routes around Messinia are perfect for cycling. Ride through olive groves, vineyards, and
along the coast to experience the region's beauty at your own pace.

Cultural Experiences and Historical Explorations

The rich history of the Peloponnese is evident in its numerous archaeological sites and cultural

Explore the Palace of Nestor near Pylos, an important Mycenaean archaeological site. The
well-preserved ruins and informative museum provide a fascinating glimpse into ancient Greek history.

Visit the impressive Methoni Castle, a mediaeval fortress with a rich history. Walk through its ancient gates, explore the castle grounds, and enjoy stunning views of the Ionian Sea.

Discover the historical town of Pylos and its connection to the famous Battle of Navarino. The town’s charming streets, historic sites, and beautiful bay make it a captivating destination.

Traditional Food & Drink

Peloponnesian cuisine, celebrated for its rich flavours and traditional recipes, perfectly captures the
essence of Greek culinary heritage. Begin your gastronomic journey with an array of mezes, such as
creamy tzatziki, smoky melitzanosalata, and stuffed vine leaves known as dolmades, all accompanied by freshly baked bread and the famous Kalamata olives.

The heart of Peloponnesian dining lies in its grilled meats and fresh seafood. Souvlaki and gyros,
featuring skewered and rotisserie-grilled meats, are local favourites that showcase the region's expertise in blending simple yet robust flavours. Coastal areas, particularly around Pylos and Methoni, offer an abundance of seafood delights, such as grilled octopus, sardines, and sea bream, prepared with a touch of lemon and olive oil.

No Greek meal is complete without experiencing its iconic beverages. Sip on ouzo or tsipouro, traditional anise-flavoured spirits that pair perfectly with mezes and seafood. Alternatively, explore local wines from the Nemea region, known for its excellent red wines made from Agiorgitiko grapes. To finish your meal, enjoy a cup of strong, aromatic Greek coffee, often accompanied by a piece of baklava or other sweet treats.

Influences from the Mediterranean and the region’s own rich agricultural heritage infuse Peloponnesian cuisine with a unique character, making it an unmissable experience for food enthusiasts visiting this beautiful part of Greece. Read our guide to food in the Peloponnese for more information on what you can expect to sample if you’re keen to try the local cuisine.