Both of these quaint hotels are relatively new yet built in traditional style and espouse a philosophy of sustainable tourism.
Cosy studios and apartments await visitors at these two charming family-run hotels, along with local breakfasts and all the comforts of a first-class property, from air conditioning to Wifi. There's a sun-lounge just a few meters from the seaside at the Anniska, and a lovely pool just one minute away at the Liakoto. Discover organic olive oils and wines from the region, as well as a variety of foods and sweets. Take a stroll down to the village to experience the real life in rural Greece.
The hotel's eco-philosophy is commendable, starting with the rooms which feature the Coco-mat natural mattresses and bedding to the bathrooms which boast the natural Korres line of products. Energy saving, water conservation, local purchasing, waste management, recycling and other considerations that drive sustainable tourism have all been incorporated into the hotel's environmental awareness policy.
For eco-activities you will find different hiking possibilities around, intriguing caves by teh sea, bike riding and a variety of Mediterranean fauna and flora to delight yourself in. Also noteworthy is the little Kardamili museum and the Post-Byzantine archaeological site there as well. This part of Messinia and the Peloponnese is rich with history and culture from various civilizations. The Liakoto and Anniska are your gateway to an amazing experience in the heart of Greece.