Welcome to Villa Messinian Blue, Verga, Kalamata, Mani
  • Verga
  • 24100, Kalamata


Welcome to Messinian Blue Seaside Villa!


Offering a private fenced 1500 m² garden with various trees (olive trees, pine, fig, cypress, orange trees etc) and colorful flowers,

Messinian Blue Seaside Villa    enjoys a beachfront location in Verga beach, 5 km from city of Kalamata.

Offers air-conditioned accommodation,  TV, free Wi-Fi access, free parking for 3 cars, fully equipped kitchen, washing machine,

natural shadow under the trees, hammock, shower in the garden with hot water, BBQ......

The 2-floors villa with elegant cosy decoration can accommodate 4 adults + 2 kids 

All rooms offer  stunning view over Messinian Bay  and the city of Kalamata.

Welcome basket with fruits and local products, as well various drinks, offered upon arrival. Free coffee, tea and toiletries are provided.

Kalamata International Airport is located at a distance of 15 km. 

We speak your language!  coolembarassed


Bedrooms are on upper floor with stunning sea view ...

The hot spot of the Villa  ...

A/C, free Wi-Fi, outside dining ...



Located in the village of Verga,  5 km from  Kalamata, in Peloponnese, Greece,

this fully equipped villa is ideal for a family or couples who want private living spaces.

With its two terraces, overlooking the Messinian bay,  offering beautiful sunsets and a private garden 1500 m2,  this vacation villa offers peace, privacy and close proximity to several beaches.

You will need a car to explore the area.

From  Athens International Airport (Eleftherios Venizelos)  follow the highway to Elefsina-Korinthos-Tripoli-Kalamata (toll road).   

Distance 267 km, drive time 2:30. 

From the port of Patras, follow the road to Pyrgos-Kyparissia-Kalamata.

 Distance 220 km, 2:50 driving time.

From March to October several air companies connect directly Kalamata to many european countries.

Kalamata airport is 16 km from villa.

You can find  recommended route to Messinian Blue villa  using Google Maps.  Please enter your  departure address  (Street, Number, ZIP, Area, Country)


Kalamata may be famous for its olives, but there is much more to this picturesque region.

Nestled at the foot of mount Taygetos, surrounded by long sweeping beaches with turquoise crystalline waters perfect for swimming, is idyllic.

But Kalamata is only the starting point for your holiday, as within Peloponnese you will find ancient cities waiting to be explored.

The 2011 census recorded 69,849 inhabitants for the wider Kalamata Municipality, of which 62,409 in the municipal unit of Kalamata proper.




The rugged Mani Peninsula, central of the three "fingers" which extend southwards from the Peloponnese in southern Greece, positively bristles with stone towers and frescoed chapels.

Main cities of Mani are Kardamyli, Stoupa, Limeni,  Areopoli and Gythio.

To the east is the Laconian Gulf, to the west the Messenian Gulf.

The peninsula forms a continuation of the Taygetos mountain range, the western spine of the Peloponnese.

Do not miss a guided boat trip at DIROS Caves, a complex and maze like network of passages and galleries, decorated with stalagmites and stalactites, whose reflection in the water enhances their natural beauty. 


The Peloponnese is a geographic region in southern Greece.

It is separated from the central part of the country by the Isthmus and Gulf of Corinth.

During the late Middle Ages and the Ottoman era, the peninsula was known as the Morea, a name still in colloquial use in its demotic form.

It boasts the largest and most spectacular concentration of ancient sites, including Mycenae, Epidavros and Olympia (home of Olympic games).

Equally fascinating are the many Byzantine (medieval) cities, churches and fortresses, including hilltown of Mystras and sea rock of Monemvasia.

In 2016, Lonely Planet voted the Peloponnese the top spot of their Best in Europe list.



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