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Costa Navarino is the prime sustainable destination in the Mediterranean. It consists of a number of distinct mixed-use resorts, the first in Greece, integrating deluxe hotels, signature golf courses, world-class spas, state-of-the art resort facilities and high-end private residences. Upon completion Costa Navarino will comprise 5 sites, complementing and not competing against each other, extending over 1,000 hectares in total. Navarino Dunes, the first area in operation since 2010, features two 5-star resorts, an 18-hole signature golf course, a variety of gastronomical venues, state-of-the art resort facilities and Costa Navarino Residences. The second resort site, Navarino Bay, is home to an 18-hole signature golf course, The Bay Course, in operation since 2011.

 

 

Located in Southwest
Peloponnese

Costa Navarino, the prime sustainable destination in the Mediterranean, is located in a breathtaking seaside landscape in the Greek region of Messinia, Southwest Peloponnese.

One of the biggest tourism & Real Estate investments in the Mediterranean

Costa Navarino has been developed with the vision of placing Messinia on the world tourism map, protecting the region’s natural environment and heritage while at the same time contributing to the welfare and advancement of the local community.

How to get here

Direct flights to Kalamata International Airport “Captain Vassilis Constantakopoulos” (KLX) from most major European cities provide the perfect means to visit Costa Navarino.

How to get here

  • Driving distance from Kalamata Airport: 50 km
  • Driving distance to/from Athens: 270km
  • Driving distance to/from Patras port: 200km
  • Kalamata port for cruise ships
  • Pylos Marina for private yachts
Messinia – The Cradle of History and Nature

Messinia’s history spans 4,500 years, as attested by Mycenaean palaces, Classical temples, medieval villages and Byzantine churches. With one of the highest biodiversity levels in Europe, this place has been protected and preserved for years to come.

Ancient Messini

Ancient Messini

Neokastro Pylos

Olympia

Kyparissia

History

Three UNESCO World Heritage sites are within a short driving distance: Olympia,Mystras and the Temple of Apollo Epicurius. Further monuments of worldwide significance include Ancient Messene, the Palace of Nestor and the medieval castles of Kalamata, Koroni, Pylos and Methoni.

Voidokilia Beach

Polylimnio waterfalls

Divari Beach

Dunes Beach

Fonea Beach

Marathi

Sfaktiria Islet

Venetiko

Nature

An untouched landscape stretches between rolling hills, dotted with 514 villages. Running adjacent to olive groves is the fourth longest coastline in Europe. This part of Messinia is home to an abundant wetland designated a Natura 2000 site. Many of the areas surrounding Costa Navarino are protected by environmental legislation, giving residence owners unobstructed sea views forever. Future Costa Navarino developments will be carefully planned to safeguard the original setting of each property within this unique landscape.

Messinia – Vibrant Towns & Traditional Villages

Costa Navarino is located amongst vibrant cities and villages, one of which is the capital of Messinia, Kalamata. The cities and villages surrounding Costa Navarino offer a range of experiences, from dining to lively nightlife. The wider area benefits from a developed infrastructure with commercial and shopping districts, hospitals and administrative services. From traditional to contemporary events, there is a rich mosaic of unique experiences throughout the year.

 

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Kalamata, the capital of Messina.

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Home of the celebrated Kalamon olives.

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Stunning night views, with Kalamata Castle in the foreground.

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Dating to the early 3rd century BC, the Ancient Theater of Messene today hosts some of the most progressive cultural events.

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The Kalamata International Dance Festival is the key annual event of the city's International Dance Centre, founded in 1995 to support and promote the art of dance.

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Inhabited since Neolithic times, the nearby town of Pylos was a significant kingdom in Mycenaean Greece, described by Homer in Book 17 of the Odyssey.

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Today, the bustling town of Pylos offers a range of rewarding activities, from dining and lively nightlife to authentic local experiences

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Charming chapels in scenic fortresses towering over the sparkling sea provide dreamlike settings for major life events that will be long remembered.

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Here, you do not just experience local life, you become part of it.

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Messinians have mastered the art of embroidery, a tradition passed down through generations from mother to daughter.

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Savor traditional local delicacies such as “diples”, the confectionery stars at any wedding in Messinia! Diples are served at wedding celebrations as a symbol of the couple’s sweet life together.

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The wood-fired oven, an integral part of Messinian homes, served as inspiration for the modern artisan bakery.

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The finest Mediterranean seafood can be delivered daily from nearby harbors right to your doorstep.

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