Prosilio

Prosilio is traditionally built in a hillside of 360 meters with spectacular panoramic view over Kardamyli and the Messinian Bay and sunny Prosilio (former Liasinova) is located 30 km on south of Kalamata , forming the stone settlement of Kalyves, on top of a nearby hill, a local district of municipality of western Mani.

Prosilio is one of the characteristics of traditional villages of Mani with narrow streets through picturesque stone houses, castles and tower houses, enjoying from this unique location, the biggest sunshine in continental Greece.

In prominent location, at the highest point of Prosilio there is the historical imposing church of Saint Georgios, built in 1833 on the ruins of an older church with bell tower of 1803.

The Tower of Patriarcheas is considered a preserved building in the central square of Prosilio, a large stone building of great height and defensive purpose, as part of the well-known traditional architecture of Mani. In wooded gorge of Viros, there is the monastery of the Savior, with large annual festival, as well as the historically preserved post-Byzantine Monastery of Lykakis with frescoes dedicated to the Annunciation.

The awarded oil of Prosilio is one of the most reknown products of the region.