Big or small our villages are nestled among forests with springs, or simply line the shores of the Myrtoan Sea, making their guests feel the that all amazing beauty and serenity generously offered by nature.
The last village of Arcadia nestled in Mount Parnon, 1,150m above sea. It features stone-built houses surrounded by walnut and chestnut trees. The main square is the beating heart of the village. Here, you' ll find the stone-built church of Agioi Anargiroi, the huge shady trees, as well as cafe serving syrupy sweets. There are also tavernas with local cuisine and traditional shops selling honey, herbs and handmade ceramics.
Seaside village with stone-built mansions, flower gardens and beautiful beaches full of fishing boats and tavernas.
The scenic lush villages of Mount Parnon create a beautiful natural environment filled with springs running from fountains, stone-built houses and cobbled streets. There is also a forest with plane trees and cedars. Just before Agios Vasileios, visitors will meet the monastery of the Archangels of Moorea with their beautiful frescoes, whereas in Palaiochori you can visit the Mycenaean tombs and caves featuring beautiful formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
Tsitalia - Amygdalia - Peleta - Pigadi
Charming villages with two-storey mansions and stone arches, beautiful squares and traditional tavernas where many festivals take place during summer. Peleta is famous for its aromatic red wine and a cave 490m deep. After passing by Pigadi, visitors will find the pebbled beach of Fokianos. The area is a wetland and in the migratory months you may also see flocks of rare birds.
Sampatiki - Pragmatefti - Melana
Sampatiki is a picturesque fishing village with a beautiful harbor, Pera Melana is a typical Tsakonian village hosting a Folk Museum with exhibits from the cultural tradition of the area and Pragmatefti offers views to amaze every visitor.