Kalamata – Kalamata is the second most populous city in the Peloponnese, following Patra. It is a winter-summer destination and it is very popular thanks to its ideal climate, its enchanting landscapes and its history.
During your stay in Kalamata for the Erasmus+ educational purposes, you should not miss the opportunity of exploring its beauty and all the attractive places nearby.
Monemvasia – It is a uniquely preserved medieval town that is carved into the rock like a sculpture. A town laded alleyways, past churches and aristocratic mansions. It was constructed invisible from the mainland to avoid enemy attacks.
Diros Cave – The Cave of Diros is actually consisted of three caves: Alepotrypa, Katafigi and Glyfada. Τhe total length reaches 6.500 meters and the beautiful shapes, formed by the stalactites and stalagmites makes a unique spectacle.
Kyparissia Castle – It is also known as the Castle of Arcadia, which is the medieval name of the town. It is one of the most known sights in Kyparissia. According to researchers, the Castle of Kyparissia was built by Frankish people on the site of a previous Byzantine fortress.