The most well-preserved Mycenaean Palace in Greece is located in the area of Pylia and is Palace of Nestor, the famous king of Pylos. It is located 4 kilometers south of the village of Chora on the hill of Epano Eglianos at a distance of 14 km from Pylos.
The numerous archaeological findings from the site of the Palace of Nestor are kept at the Archaeological Museum of Chora, as well as the Archaeological Museum of Messenia, which is located in Kalamata.
Castle of Methoni The castle of Methoni stands imposingly on the southwest…more
Mystras Mystras was the Byzantine state of the Peloponnese and is six…more
Castle of Kalamata The castle of Kalamata dominates in the northwestern part…more
Castle of Koroni The Castle of Koroni is one of the most…more
Castle of Kyparissia Τhe history of the Castle of Kyparissia is lost…more