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About Stoupa

The charming village of Stoupa is situated in the Decentralized Administration of Peloponnese, Western Greece and the Ionian which is among the 7 decentralized administrations of Greece. It is comprised of 3 regions namely, Peloponnese, Western Greece and the Ionian Islands. The centre of power for this decentralized administration is Patras which is present in Western Greece. If you are travelling close to the Peloponnese peninsula, you must come to Stoupa even if it is for a single day. This village is located at the southern end of the Peloponnese coast making it readily accessible by boat. You will love exploring the community of Neochori in the municipality of West Mani where Stoupa is situated. This is historic region of the peninsula of Mani which is famous in all of Greece. The small coastal village of Stoupa has been settled for a long time but in recent decades, it has caught the attention of tourists. The most crowded season for the beautiful beaches of this coast is summer especially August. Fishing used to be the principal profession here but lately, the tourism industry is flourishing along with the hospitality sector. There are a number of towns and villages near Stoupa in Outer Mani which is located only 4km from a lovely village called Agios Nikolaos. Therefore, several trendy holiday destinations of Greece are located in the same area for your pleasure and convenience. Interesting places such as Riglia and Itylo are also close by and easily accessible by car or boat. Among the most popular tourist attractions in this part of Greece are the caves known as Pirgos Dirou that you may find below the village of Areopoli. Go to Stoupa Beach with your friends and family for sunbathing, swimming and scuba diving. The locals recommend an excellent place for snorkeling here. There is a wealth of marine wildlife to explore in these waters and you may also visit Kalogria Beach close by that is popular for playing volleyball. Enjoy dining at the restaurants and cafés lining the coast that offer an array of delightful delicacies for you to try during your stay. Along the coast you will also find lovely beach houses in Stoupa.           

Vacation rentals in Stoupa

Are you looking for fully furnished apartments in Stoupa for your trip to the peninsula? The website of CuddlyNest has a wide selection of vacation rentals including attractive condos in Stoupa where you may live comfortably in a traditional setting. This gives you a chance to learn about the local culture and practices. Find the ideal house in Stoupa using our special search feature that uses appropriate filters to provide the best results.  

Tourist attractions in Stoupa

Enjoy the breathtaking natural sights of southern Peleponnese region around Stoupa where you will discover mysterious caves and rock formations that fascinate visitors coming from the whole world. Greece is known for its unique museums and there is no lack of them here. You may even take a tour of this entire region to make sure you don’t miss any important historical places. The charm of this area lies in the old buildings scattered here and there among humble homes of the village.

Kalamata Railway Museum

While you are travelling in the region, you will hear about the city of Kalamata which happens to be significant in trade in the country. Since this a more developed settlement as compared to the surrounding villages you will be delighted to find the Kalamata Railway Museum here. The old station is situated in a present day public park spanning 54 hectares. This museum dedicated to the history of railway transportation in Greece opened its doors in 1986. Progress was slow in the expansion of the railway system and the 206km line in 1880 has been extended to 2500km today. There are 8 locomotives you may see at this museum that have served important purposes in the establishment of railway in Greece and transport during World War II.    

Diros Caves

The Diros Complex is home to the largest cave there called Vlychada where you will be blow away by the beauty of the stalactites and stalagmites that have grown to their present day formation over millions of years. Since this cave complex is ancient, there is a lot of history to explore here as well because the ancestors of the present day Greeks used these caves for various purposes. The cave of Vlychada is best viewed on a boat tour with a guide who will explain all there is to know about it. As the sea is located very close to these caves, you will learn that it helped form the saline lake that we see there today. The tour takes you into the cool darkness that stretches almost 1.5km and has around 2,800 waterways. Archaeologists have found the fossils of prehistoric animals and human remains some of which are buried in graves.

Monemvasia Castle

Like many towns in Medieval Greece, the town of Monemvasia was fortified to protect its inhabitants from attacks by invaders. Situated in southeast Peloponnese, you will be delighted by the old charm of this thriving Greek town that still adheres to traditions passed on through generations of residents. Monemvasia is famous among holidaymakers as a romantic tourist attraction in the Decentralized Administration of Peloponnese, Western Greece and the Ionian. This is terrific for visiting all year around and has interesting history to share. In 375AD this piece of land was separated from the Peloponnese coast due to an earthquake.   

Moni Panagia Giatrissa

People who are in search of spectacular views should not hesitate to visit Moni Panagia Giatrissa which is a beautiful monastery. The credit for the restoration and renovation of this building goes to Vageli Arfanis who could not bear to see this piece of religious history fall to misfortune. The courtyard is dedicated to the loving memory of his only daughter who passed away in childbirth. The architecture and interior offers a glorious contrast of timeless simplicity and elegance.       

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