Clean, spacious apartment in excellent location. Within walking distance of shops/restaurants, the castle, the old town, the fruit and veg market, the town centre and only 50m from the bus station.
FREE PICK-UP FROM/TO KALAMATA AIRPORT (Athens Airport transfers can be arranged if needed)
This spacious 100m² apartment has everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay. It's fully-equipped with modern furnishings, making it a real home-from-home. The open-plan design of the lounge, dining room and kitchen means there is plenty of space to move around and the large balcony doors ensure a bright atmosphere throughout.
In the lounge there is a large corner sofa, which makes up into a double bed, and a separate 2-seater. There is a 40" flat-screen television and home-cinema system for your entertainment. (There are also plenty of board games and DVDs to keep everyone amused). In winter, the wood burning fire is great for cosy nights in. There is a large dining table with six stylish chairs, and also another table and chairs in the kitchen which is ideal for breakfasts. If you don't feel like eating out, the roomy kitchen has all the appliances, cookware, gadgets and dry ingredients needed to make any meal.
Both bedrooms have king size beds and matching bedside cabinets, and there is also an extra television and air-conditioning in one of them.
The main bathroom has a bath/shower and there is also an extra toilet with a washbasin.
Balconies run along both the front and back of the apartment, keeping it cool even in the hot summer months. The back balcony offers a small marble table and chairs for outdoors dining.
The neighbourhood is clean and quiet, with plenty of parking space and what's more the apartment is ideally situated, making it convenient even for those who don't have the use of a car. The entire town can be reached on foot, and the nearby bus station offers both regular, local services to the seafront/Kalamata Airport and a network of routes which enables visitors to discover the rest of Greece.
We want your stay in Kalamata to be really enjoyable, so if there's anything we can do to help out in some way then please don't think twice about asking.
Kalamata is still relatively undiscovered as a tourist destination, but that doesn't mean it is lacking in anything a visitor could desire. The fact that most visitors to Kalamata are Greek means that there is still a certain authenticity to the place. Apart from the wonderful beaches throughout the area, various archaeological sites, waterfalls, gorges and caves can easily be reached by car. (We would be more than happy to offer any further information you need on any of these places - just ask).
The town of Kalamata itself has plenty to offer without being over-developed. There are plenty of places to eat and drink, ranging from no-frills tavernas to 5-star hotel restaurants. And if you're looking for nightlife, there are plenty of places open till the early hours. The local cinema has all the latest releases, and films in Greece are not dubbed so visitors can also enjoy a night at the movies. There's a wide variety of shops selling local products as well as more widely known stores.
There are also plenty of sights to see, including a castle, churches and museums.
One of Kalamata's main assets is its wonderful beaches. Apart from the main Kalamata seafront with its clean, sand and shingle beach (which offers lifeguards, water-sports and sunloungers etc.) there is also a coastline full of picturesque villages and lovely, untouched beaches.
As an alternative, Kalamata also offers beautiful, unspoilt countryside. The nearby Taygetos Mountains are just one of the many marvellous places visitors should visit.
There are also places where you can play tennis or go horse riding and companies that organise cycling tours and diving for the more adventurous. The top-class Dunes Course at the Costa Navarino Golf Resort is about one hour away by car.