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Monemvasia - Kyniska Hotels


Monemvasia is a municipality located 35km away from Karavostasi, that combines the unique natural morphology of a landscape with man-made entrenchment and residential structures.

 Being an islet, linked to the mainland of the Peloponnese by a causeway, Monemvasia is, essentially, a floating fortress with great strategical and mercantile prominence in the marine trade between East and West.

Elafonisos - Kyniska Hotels


Elafonisos is an island situated on the southeast side of the Peloponnese and is considered to be Greece’s exotic island as it boasts long stretches of sandy beaches and turquoise and azure waters.

Elafonisos is popular destination for locals, visitors from the greater Laconia region, but also from all around Greece. The beach of Simos is infamous, located on the southern side of the island, and is considered to be one of the best beaches in all of Greece! The island’s characteristic trait are the transparent emerald waters and the golden white sands that grace its shores. During the summer month of August you will notice that the sands that are further from the shore forming small dunes are filled with thousands of white sea lily blossoms, making the location even more dreamy. All in all, anyone who visits Elafonisos is bewitched by its exotic beauty. 

Gytheio - Kyniska Hotels


The beautiful town of Gytheio known for its picturesque harbour that becomes inundated with visitors during the summer months.

It features some very particular neoclassical buildings that are built around the side of mount Akoumaros, forming an amphitheatrical shape. It is further characterised by the narrow, uphill streets and back-ways with steep stone staircases, the imposing lighthouse on the islet of Kranai, the small pine forest that emcompasses the town, and the Tzannetakis family Tower. Attractive and impervious the town of Gytheio constitutes an amalgamation of genuine romanticism and beckons you to explore its streets, to stroll around and become a part of the multifaceted town vibes. 

Mystras - Kyniska Hotels

Ideal for recreation and pleasant moments

The municipality was named after the neighbouring settlement of the Byzantine Castle of Mystra as a small show of recognition and respect regarding its history and its contribution to the Greek nation. Mystras constitutes an open museum for visitors, all year round. The unique beauty of the landscape, the evergreen charming hills and the impressive scenery in combination with the historical significance of the place, the numerous significant sites of the area, as well as the salvaging of traditional oil presses and windmills will truly amaze you. A journey through time awaits!

Dirou Caves - Kyniska Hotels
Dirou Caves

Popular for its distinctive natural beauty and its staggering geomorphology, the Caves of Dirou have been described as one of the most special cave formations in the world.

Internally, the Caves of Dirou showcase stalactites and stalagmites, that have been created by the passage of time through centuries of incessant increases in the water levels. Close by, you will also find another even more particular cave called Alepotripa, with its entrance being only a couple of tens of meters from the sea.

Kastanias Cavern - Kyniska Hotels
Kastanias Cavern

Located on the far eastern tip of mount Parnonas, amidst the luscious green pastures, asymmetrical hills and gorges that reach up to the cape of Malea, the Kastanias cavern (also known as St. Andreas cavern) is an attraction and site of interest for all who visit the area.

Internally the cavern is spread across two levels and is in complete harmony with the external natural surroundings, covering a total area of 1500m2. In fact, its uniqueness has been evaluated against the multitude of colour variations, flora density and geomorphologic formations, making this the second best cavern of its category in Europe.

Mani - Kyniska Hotels

Mani is an all time favourite destination for the locals and is also one of the most peculiar places to visit.

The greater area of Mani is not distinguished by its exotc scenery or its rich flora - in actual fact, it is known for the exact opposite. Imposing, rugged and bouldered, Mani has a certain austerity about it. Strong winds enhance the wild beauty of the landscape, leaving it standing proud as it appears unwelcoming to the eye, but it’s formidable aura beckons you to explore it.

Sparta - Kyniska Hotels

Sparta is the capital of the municipality of Laconia, also being the commercial and financial centre of the region.

The modern side of the city is built south of the ancient city, close to the river mouth of Evrotas and surrounded by olive trees, fragrant lemon trees, and colourful berry bushes, among many others, as Sparta is filled with evergreen parks, squares and preserved neoclassic buildings, altogether forming a unique mosaic of special visuals and moments. Towards the southwest side of the city, stands mount Taygetos with its grand mountain tops, its wild beauty and impressive presence. A particular feature of the city is that it has been built on the ruins of the renowned ancient Sparta, and has based on the Bavarian architectural plans of 1834, a fact that explains the excellent urban structure of the city lasting through the passing of time.

Areopoli - Kyniska Hotels

According to tradition, Areopoli got its name from Ares, the God of war. It is built in the midst of Mani’s peninsula, staring into the south shores of the Messinian gulf.

The architectural structure of the houses will impress any visitor, with the main building material is stone, while the vertical orientation and the typically very small windows made the houses a safe haven against the enemy in the past. The natural landscape of Areopolis is intriguingly wild and rough, with its steep and imposing rocks; combined with the town’s narrow streets and tall stone towers, all these elements form an intense traditional settlement that is worth visiting.

Skala - Kyniska Hotels

The municipality of Skala in Laconia includes the residential towns of Ag. Taxiarches, Vrontamas, Grammousa, Leimonas, Panigiristra, Peristeri, Souli, Stefania and Filisi.

The plain of Skala has been described as the “garden of Europe” as it constitutes a natural agrarian ‘factory’ of oranges so to speak, being the homeland of the Valencia orange variety; the area is also known for its extensive honey production. In the region of Vrontamas there have been archaeological expeditions that have unearthed many artefacts from the Classical and Hellenistic period, while in the greater area you will find heirlooms from the Byzantine era such as Paleomonastro, the churches of Metamorfoseos (meaning transformation) and St. George. Due to many local associations that are active in Skala, the municipality remains industrious all year round with many events happening such as book exhibitions, music concerts, fairs for local products as well as the reputable wine festival in Grammousa, and the grandiose orange fete in Stefania.