Costa Navarino for Couples
Collected by Leo Johnson
Located in southwestern Greece, Messenia sits on the beautiful Ionian Sea, with a rich history stretching to the bronze age. Visit to experience a more authentic side of Greece, with impressive ruins, pristine beaches, and cultural activities like olive harvesting.
Pilos 240 01, Greece
Located in Messinia's Mediterranean area, this popular beach is most well-known for its distinct "omega" shape. Locals and visitors come here to lap up the waves, admire the dunes, sunbathe on soft sand, hike, and bird watch. Other attractions...
Often described as a Greek paradise, the Polilimnio Waterfalls in Polilimnio Gorge offer something different from Messenia's usual beaches. Visitors are immersed in a scene of lush greenery, gushing cascades, and green lakes filled with...
Navarino Dunes, Messinia, Costa Navarino 240 01, Greece
The 40,000-square-foot Anazoe Spa, shared between the Romanos and the Westin hotels in the Costa Navarino resort, created its oil-based remedies from the prescriptions archaeologists discovered inscribed in clay in the nearby ruins of Nestor’s...
Gialova 240 01, Greece
For a satisfying dessert, head to Mr. Yogie, where you can sample delicious frozen yogurt and gelato in a welcoming space. Not only will you be wowed by the flavors, but also the toppings, with some choices being truffles, brownies, strawberry...
Marathopoli 244 00, Greece
The slate black building of Albatross Seaside features a number of distinct atmospheres for guests, including a main room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Ionian Sea, elevated seating upstairs, a private room with fireplace, and a...
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