Real Estate Greece - Peloponnese
The Peloponnese is a peninsula that covers an area of some 21,549.6 square kilometres and constitutes the southernmost part of mainland Greece. While technically it may be considered an island since the construction of the Corinth Canal , like other peninsulas that have been separated from their mainland by man-made bodies of waters, it is rarely, if ever, referred to as an "island". It has two land connections with the rest of Greece, a natural one at the Isthmus of Corinth, and an artificial one by the Rio-Antirio bridge.
The morphology of the area and its favourable geographical situation has played an important part in the history of the Peloponnese, attracting many people of similar or different origins. Today it is divided into seven prefectures, still preserving the names they bore in antiquity and approximately the same boundaries: The Argolid, Corinthia, Achaea, Elis, Messinia, Laconia, and Arcadia. Each region of the Peloponnese offers special interest to the visitor, both because of the unique grandeur and beauty of the scenery and because of many archaeological sites, where the past is so vividly present. A mythical land whose every corner brings to mind some Greek myth. The Peloponnese is composed of images and music, the scent of the sea, of the mountains, of grapes, olives and citrus. The cities, towns and spas of the region were important centres in antiquity, and remain so today. Villages seem to grow out of the grey rock, the wild stones next to the hostile furze. Other villages lie by the vast open sea, but everywhere the people are hospitable and proud.
Sea front mesonete
Bedrooms: Sqm: 5.750