Kalamata Holiday Travel Information

Kalamata is the second-largest city of the Peloponnese in southern Greece. Kalamata is renowned as the land of the Kalamatianos dance and the silk kerchief; of succulent dark olives, honey-eyed figs and the honey-covered sesame sweet called pasteli. The city has an international airport and an important harbour. Ferries are …

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Things to see and do in Kalamata

futureshape | FlickrMunicipal Railway Park (Δημοτικό Πάρκο Σιδηροδρόμων)
Municipal Railway Park (Δημοτικό Πάρκο Σιδηροδρόμων)
Βίλλυ Mανωλιά | Trip by SkyscannerPl. 23is Martiou (Πλ. 23ης Μαρτίου)
Pl. 23is Martiou (Πλ. 23ης Μαρτίου)
Βίλλυ Mανωλιά | Trip by SkyscannerCastle of Kalamata
Castle of Kalamata
Julia P | Trip by SkyscannerMegaron Horou
Megaron Horou
Βίλλυ Mανωλιά | Trip by SkyscannerKalamata Beach
Kalamata Beach
Paul Robertson | FlickrAlmyros Beach (Παραλία Αλμυρού)
Almyros Beach (Παραλία Αλμυρού)
Βίλλυ Mανωλιά | Trip by SkyscannerNαυαρίνου
Βίλλυ Mανωλιά | Trip by SkyscannerThe Church of Agioi Apostoloi
The Church of Agioi Apostoloi

Reviews of Kalamata

Julia P
Julia PLondon

Kalamata is a candidate city for European cities of culture 2017. Its main claims to fame are a 22 year old dance festival which brings in international artists and of course the olives. Beaches in the centre are not amazing, but if you go a bit out of town they quickly get better.


One of the most beautiful cities of Greece, lying between sea and mountain

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Treli Plakitsa

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Nearby destinations

Zante (Zakynthos)