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Ferry destinations from/to Kalamata
*Kalamata-Kythira: Conventional ferries
*Kalamata-Crete/Kissamos/Kasteli: Conventional ferries
The natural splendor of Messinia with the indented shores, sandy beaches, forested mountains and fertile valleys, coexists with sizeable archaeological monuments. Kalamata, the capital and principal port of Messinia, is located at the web page of historic Farai. Following independence from the Turks and way to the exploitation of the fertile Messinian lands (generating olive oil, raisins, figs etc), it advanced right into a rich urban centre and a substantial port. it is located 238 km SW of Athens.
The factor of reference par excellence in the city of Kalamata is the legendary “citadel of Isabeau” in which the famend worldwide Dance pageant takes region yearly. it is amphitheatrically built on the site of the Farai acropolis imparting a fowl’s eye view of the metropolis. built in the 13th century by William Villehardouin, it underwent subsequent additions and conversions via the Venetians and the Turks. these days, it is an excellent outdoor venue for theatre, song and dance shows.
No much less stunning is the extremely good Palia Poli (old metropolis) on the foot of the citadel. The broader location boasts the Metropolitan Panagia Ipapanti church (1873), the patron saint of Kalamata celebrated on February second, the 12th century Kalograion Monastery with the renowned silk weaving workshop, and the Byzantine church Agioi Apostoloi (thirteenth century) with the brick enclosed masonry.