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Maniatiko -Stone Houses Peloponnese

  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements
  • Peloponnes | Stoupa | Familyhotel Maniatiko | Ferienhäuser & Appartements

Maniatiko Cottages are located 950 m from the popular seaside village Stoupa in South - Peloponnes in Mani-Peninsula, famous for its ancient tower-houses. Spacious, architecturally unique houses set in a wide garden with herbs overlooking the bay of Stoupa. The good-sized pool looks out over the bay of Stoupa, and it’s circled by parasols The Hotel comes with a traditional Tavern offering traditional greek food and cocktails. Cottages comes with 1,2 or 3 bedroom-Houses occupancy up to 6 guest, Pets are permited.
Maniatiko Village features self-catering accommodation with a balcony, garden and furnished sun terraces. The property offers free parking on site. The good-sized pool looks out over the bay of Stoupa, and it’s circled by thatched parasols The Hotel comes with a traditional Tavern offering traditional greek food and cocktails.
40 km from the international Airport of the City Kalamata. Maniatiko Stone Houses are located 950 m from the popular seaside Village Stoupa overlooking the bay of Stoupa and Kalogria beaches. Maniatiko Village features self-catering accommodation with a balcony, garden and sun terrace. Free Wi-Fi is offered throughout. Maniatiko is 600 m from restaurants and cafes. The quaint seaside village Kardamyli Town is 3 km away and has many beaches where guests can swim and engage in sport activities.
Accommodation - Options:

A flat-screen TV and a kitchen with fridge and electric kettle is included in all the air-conditioned units. The private bathroom includes a shower and free toiletries.
1.Hide away in this traditional stone house of 60-63sq.m Accommodate up to 3 guests

– a garden home certain to bring roses to your cheeks. Nestled among native trees, it’s the supreme base from which to unwind. Once inside, you’ll find the open plan living space to be filled with comfortable furniture. Snuggle up in the cozy couch while the dining table sits beneath the wooden kitchen. The bedroom holds two twin beds amidst simple décor, and there’s also a marble bathroom. When the sun’s shining, there’s an ample terrace outside, as well as the verdant garden – just sit back, transcend time, and absorb the Maniot charm.
2. Be welcomed into the warm embrace of this lavish stone house of 60 -79 sq.m.Accommodate up to 3 guests

The décor is as cool and traditional as you’d expect from a Maniot home; nestle into the sofa and light the fireplace on a chilly night. Rustle up supper in the simple and unpretentious kitchen, make your way over to the dining table or step outside into the enchanting shared garden where you’ll map out your next expedition. You’ve a sweet bedroom and a bright, marble bathroom. But before you slide into slumber, sidle onto the spacious veranda overlooking the sea, for a Maniot nightcap.
3. 2-Bedroom-Stone-House accommodates 1-5 guests
If home is where the heart is, here’s where your heart will feel truly at home. Grand, bright and full of flair, this stone house of 80-110 sq.m. is the perfect place to bring your brood. As you enter, earthy shades, splashes of sunshine and exposed stonework lend a traditional allure. With a spacious setting revolving around the stone fireplace this is the spot to lie flat and sip that glass of local wine upon the cushy sofa. The kitchen is spacious, and equipped, enough to appease all appetites – the only question is whether to dine inside, or on the terrace among the green. Outside, the garden is truly special. There’s space for the kids to run about, and for sun worshippers to express appropriate devotion. The steam of daylight which pours from the original windows reaches to the back of the home, to the bedrooms. Here, take your nightcap out beneath the starry sky before falling into delicious sleep. This is a home for dreamers, and no desire was ever left unfulfilled.
4. 1-Bedroom-Stone Maisonette accommodates up to 3 Guests

Soothe sore eyes in this ample home of 65-80sq.m; bright and filled with sunshine, spending time here is like floating high above the clouds. The living space is open-plan, the look traditional, the materials blissfully solid. The kitchen is right behind the dining space – here you’ll find everything you need to whip upa sumptuous feast; when your meal is ready, the outdoors table will tempt you into eating alongside the bees and butterflies... There’s also a WC on the ground floor, while the top floor is given over to the bedroom and bathroom - marble and large! Behold the sweeping views from the bedroom’s balcony – serene as the bay lying beneath. 5. 2-Bedroom - Stone-House with sea view

Bring the whole clan and take refuge in this 2-storey stone house of 95-110 sq.m.. Shut the doors and throw open the windows to views out across the bay. With its extra large, verdant garden, equipped kitchen and solid design, here’s a large family house that will leave you feeling utterly cosseted. You cannot help but trail your fingers across the open plan living room’s exposed stonework; the sitting area is spacious and inviting, while there’s space for the kids to run about inside. If you’re eating in, the dining room holds five, and when dinner’s done and dusted, you’ll find two large double bedrooms and a family marble bathroom (there’s also a WC on the ground floor). Once you’ve explored your surrounds, pop a bottle of local wine and make for the first floor balcony with glasses in hand; sit back and gaze across the iconic skyline.
Self-Catering-accommodation in South Peloponnese.
This Holiday-Village comes with a traditional tavern overlooking the surrounding beaches and pool-bar, offering traditional foods and cocktails.
There are several water-sport-providers in the popularseaside village Stoupa with sandy beach.
Expert´s advices: what to do in South Peloponnes in the Mani-Peninsula:
1. visit the Seaside Village Kardamili
Visit the stone made Kardamili, walk in the paved alleys and admire its Towers and Tower houses. Don’t forget to visit the byzantine church of Saint Spyridonas, and the tombs of Dioskouroi which are carved on the rock. If you are in Mani on the 15th of August, you should attend the traditional festival that is held every year.
2. Stoupa
The natural beauty of Stoupa, in combination with its golden beach makes it the perfect destination for every visitor.
3. Agios Nicolas or Selinitsa
The picturesque fishing village, which is only 1 km away from the premises of Anaxo Resort, is a popular destination for those who seek simplicity and peacefulness. Around the scenic port, which is today used as a resting point for fishing boats, you will find fish taverns, cafes and bars that will offer you high quality services.
4.Katafygi Cave
Near Agios Nicolas, on the road to Trahila, lies the Cave Katafygi. The shells and bones that were found there show that the Cave was used as a place of living and worship. The impressive entrance with the huge marble plates, was in the past the outfall of the river which flowed through it, carving halls and canals on the marble. As we walk in the cave, we enjoy the magnificent decorations with beautiful combinations on the roof, the floor and the walls.
5. The charming Diros Caves
It is characterized as the most beautiful lake cave in the world. The only accessible to visitors part of the cave is Vlyhada, inside which there have been found petrified bones of a panther, a hyena, a lion and a deer aged 2 million years. The route in the lake lasts for approximately 25 minutes, and then you have to walk for 10 more minutes. The impressive light, the colours and morphology of the stalagmites and stalactites that emerge from the water like white columns will charm you.
6. Mystras
The charming medieval castle town impresses during every season. Walking through the byzantine alleys, and searching for churches and other monuments is really enjoyable. Visiting the small museum is essential, while what is impressive is a show case ,with pieces of silk fabric and a hair strand ,that was found in a tomb in the northern hall of the Church of Agia Sofia and possibly belong to a noble woman of Mystras.
Maniatiko -Stone Houses Peloponnese
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