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How to get there

  • By regular bus from Athens to Gythion (Kifissos KTEL Bus Station, Tel.: 210 5124 913)
  • Bus station Ktel Lakonias, Tel.: 27310-26441 (

What to visit

  • Gythion theatre
  • Kranai island
  • Mani villages

Ferry from and to Gythion

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Ferry destinations from/to Gythion
  • Gythion-Kythira: 2 hours and 30 minutes (every Wednesday)
  • Gythion-Antikythira: 3 hours and 30 minutes (every Wednesday)
  • Gythion-Kissamos (Crete): 6 hours and 30 min. (every Wednesday)

Certainly one of the nicest locations in Greece is Gythio inside the southern Pelopones. It's miles a port metropolis with lots of properly fish restaurants, some exceptional ouzeries and is within driving distance of the Mani area, Mystras, and closed to the south coast of the Pelopones. It additionally has a few super vintage homes built inside the closing  centuries. Gythio (or Gythion) is a satisfaction to wander via with the neo-classical homes, shops and awesome old condominium homes, hugging the facet of Mount Koumaros all the manner right down to the sea. It makes you feel like you're in the form of Greek port that disappeared with the creation of mass tourism into the mainland. Gythion to its credit continues to be Greek, but do not get the affect that this is a coastal traveller lodge whose citizens are out each day making the town spic and span for the bus masses of site visitors. That is a running class town with a crumbling infrastructure, a fading once-essential port with derelict homes and an unsure future. It is an true Greek port city with both high quality and nice elements.
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