Messinia Swimming

Swimming is perfect almost anywhere between Stoupa and Gargaliani, with golden beaches, amazing landscape and verdant hills. There are many coves with sand dunes and sheltered caves, with little or no people. 


Chrani Beach: crystal waters, olive trees and vineyards dotting the coastline, with several beach cafes.
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Finikounda Beach: A 3 kilometre-long beach nominated for Blue Flag designation, and is somewhat on the windy side which makes it perfect for surfers and sea sports.
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Gargaliani Beach: Golden sandy beach that's very clean and with natural beauty, only 7 kilometres away from the healing springs of Vromoneri.
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Kalamata Beach: Right next to the city yet with very clean water, awarded the Blue Flag in Europe. Many cafes, shops and restaurants along the beach.
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Stoupa beach: Another very clean sandy beach, located in Stoupa.
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North of Navarino with an amazing shore and blue, shallow waters, considered one of the finest beaches in the country. Beside the beach there is the salk lake of Divari in the Gialova area, considered a habitat for aquatic and bird life.
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Zaga Beach: Starting from Koroni castle and connecting to Memi beach, it goes as far as Vasilitsi and the stunning beach of Faneromenis Kalamakiou. The Zaga-Memi area is naturally beautiful and attracts breeding for the Careta Careta turtle.
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