part of the castle of Methoni by night, Peloponnese, Greece

Methoni by night, Peloponnese, Greece. Just imagine walking down this in a long, flowing medieval dress! Imagine being free to do that!

Finikouda beach Finikouda is a small village in the southwest tip of the Peloponnese, Greece located 10 km east of Methoni and about 15 to 20 km west of Koroni off the main road. It is most notable for its beautiful beaches which attract mostly Greek and other European visitors during the summer months. #beach #greece #messinia

Finikouda beach Finikouda is a small village in the southwest tip of the Peloponnese, Greece located 10 km east of Methoni and about 15 to 20 km west of Koroni off the main road.

Stone pathway to Monemvasia, Peloponnese, Greece

Stone pathway to Monemvasia, Peloponnese, Greece---walked up these only to find out the top was closed

Panagia Plataniotissa in Kalavryta (Greece)

Panayia Tou Vrachou cave shrine Panayia Tou Vrachou cave shrine Panayia Tou Vrachou cave shrine Maple Tree Shrine of Panayia Plataniotissa Maple Tree Shrine of.

The Castle of Methoni, Messenia (Peloponnese), Greece // By Manos Spyridakis

Greece Travel Inspiration - The Castle of Methoni, Messenia (Peloponnese), Greece // By Manos Spyridakis

Monemvasia, Greece

The rock of Monemvasia (Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece) The town's name derives from two Greek words, mone and emvasia, meaning "single entrance". Its Italian form is Malvasia.

The famous Rock of Monemvasia, located in Lakonia prefecture in Peloponnese Greece. There is also an entire city built into the other side of the rock that is only visible from the sea! It is a must see if you are in the area and is totally FREE! Just walk across the bridge and follow the signs.

Greece, Monemvasia the famous rock, located in Lakonia prefecture in Peloponnese

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