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The natural beauty of the sea coast, small coves, and green valleys, combined with archaeological sites, make Kalamata and its province of Messinia a dream destination.
Unlike most other Greek cities, the second-largest city in the Peloponnese was not founded in ancient times. In the 12th century, Kalamata arose from the ruins of ancient Farai. Kalamata is now well-known for producing olive oil and the cultivation of figs, and it is an important Greek port. The legendary castle "Isabeau," where the International Dance Festival is held every year, stands out among the city's many attractions, as does the old town of Palia Poli beneath the castle.
The beaches near Kalamata have everything a vacationer could want, and the nightlife on the beaches and in the city will appeal to all visitors. Don't forget to try well-known Kalamata olive oil and olives in traditional and local dishes served in local restaurants.
Sunny Kalamata and unforgettable adventures await!