Kardamyli is a seaside village on the Gulf of Messinia 36 kilometers southeast of Kalamata, in the Mani Peninsula, on the outskirts of the majestic Mount Taygetos, with a reputation for attracting visitors seeking an alternative gateway to relaxation, inspiration and rediscovering the art of peaceful living.
Kardamyli, one of the seven superb villages offered to Achilles by Agamemnon to persuade him to rejoin the war against the Trojans, and also the only one still inhabited, it is a place full of contradictions, yet so perfectly harmonious that it creates a breathtaking feeling. It offers a perfect combination of sea and mountain, wild, yet tranquil nature, steep canyons and magical beaches, stone-built houses and light-bathed towers, silver-green olive groves and rocky shores, the towering Mt Taygetos and isolated little coves with turquoise waters.
Although the hotel is an ideal destination in itself, Kardamyli is a delight to discover. Surrounded by a lush escape of olive trees, pines and coniferous trees boasts a fascinating rocky shore with unexpected spots and beaches to enjoy the sea, while its winding trails invite you to explore the interior part of the region.