The castle of Methoni stands imposingly on the southwest edge of Peloponnese. It is one of the most distinctive castle – communities in Greece, with an area of about 93 acres, and at the edge towards the sea there is Mpourtzi, which can be reached by following the paved corridor through the Gate of the Sea.
The Castle of Methoni was at its peak between the A ‘Venetian period, ie during the 13th-15th century, while the final decline came, after 1828, and most of the population started to move outside the walls.
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