Adriani

Adriani is a small village in Messinia , built at an altitude of 340 meters on top of a small green hill. It is 45 kilometers away from the city of Kalamata.

The area around the village is mainly planted with olive trees and the main occupation of about 100 residents is farming. The view from the village is over the surrounding mountains and gives the sense of peace and tranquility to the visitor.

Adriani administratively belongs to the municipality of Messini. A neighboring village at four kilometers away is Loga, and it is the biggest village of the region with various public services and school.

The climate in Adriani is dry and the settlement is only five kilometers away from the sea, which means that in summer the village is full of life.

The village includes the settlements of Kleisoura, Neraidovrysi and Nea Adriani and celebrates on 17 July, the day of Agia Marina. The village church is a point of reference having the blue dome of the bell standing out from afar, in the green background.

The closest beach to Adriani is Agios Andreas of Loga. It is organized and there you will find restaurants, hotels and a small marina of small boats.