Messinia – Tradition
There are ancient findings in every corner of Greece. Nowhere else, though, is there such a well-preserved ancient city like. In many areas there are Byzantine and medieval castles, but not like those of and . Many cities in the country played an important role in the Greek Revolution. Few, however, gave it the impetus that did. Few places in the world also keep the as they do in .
These and many more make up a versatile landscape, which paint the final picture of the culture of Messinia. Ruins of thousands of years, are scattered throughout the Messinian land, impressive vaulted tombs, the great, and even the in . are the best guardians of the culture of Messinia, places no visitor should miss. Historic monasteries, of a unique architecture and Byzantine monuments like in Kalamata, compose a significant part of the religious culture of the region.
The city of Kalamata is a “living” monument of the culture of Messinia, and it will win you over the moment you lay eyes on it: neoclassical buildings, the, the , the and many other places, each leaving its own sign on the face of the city. in , the Castle of , the in the battle of the island , the , the , and the impressive of West Mani, are all elements that make up the culture of Messinia and cause the admiration and interest of tens of thousands of visitors.