Kardamili is a spectacularly beautiful seaside village located in the Mani, a stunning region in the southern Peloponnese coast of Greece defined by travel connoisseurs as the New Côte d’Azur. The scene impressively theatrical, full of crystalline blue waters, majestic cypress trees, wild olive groves, verdant rolling hills and distant snowcapped mountains, makes Kardamili one of the prettiest villages that overlook the calm seas and splendid sunsets of the Messinian Gulf. In 3 hours and 30 minutes drive from either Athens or the port of Patras and just 35 km from the nearby city of Kalamata, Kardamili remains one of the most well-hidden  secrets of south Mediterranean: an exclusive, small, intact shelter which boasts the impressive villas, charming stone houses, lush gardens, the picturesque harbor and fantastic beaches.