Zacharo - Figalia

Lake of Kaiafa


Vast beaches with ammothines, natural lake, coastal forest of pines, thermal baths and caves are some of the elements that make up the landscape of the region of kaiafa. The eponymous Lake probably was formed in the 6th century from strong earthquakes that hit the region.

Temple of Apollo Epikourios

Archaeological Areas

The temple of Apollo Epikourios, one of the most important and most imposing temples of antiquity, stands in the bare and rocky landscape of Bassae. It is unique in the history of ancient Greek architecture because it combines a variety of novel ideas both in its external appearance and in its internal arrangements. Indeed, Pausanias considered it to be among the finest temples of the Peloponnese in terms of sheer beauty and harmony, second only to that of Tegea (8, 41, 8).

Zacharo beach


Wins every time the Blue flag as one of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches of the European Union and attracts thousands of bathers every season. Main features of the sand, golden and dense, and the vastness of the organization as a tourist pavilion converted according to the hours of the day in the restaurant - bar and nightclub. And another restaurant where hospitals the tournament of beach Volley.

Spa of lake Kaiafa


The waters of Caiaphas, Bathroom is ideal for skin conditions, asthma, rheumatism and liver diseases. Visitors to the Kaiafa enjoy their hydro treatments in a beautiful landscape, with pines and eucalyptuses and make a holiday of peace and relaxation away from the stress of the city. The thermal springs of kaiafa attract many visitors throughout the year and are a major source of tourism in the region.

Neda waterfalls


Neda is an area of  278 sq. km. km. It is the only Greek river with feminine name forms, an unspoilt natural landscape of unparalleled beauty in the southern part of the county. The name of Neda drives from the water nymphs and the nurse of Zeus. The river starts its journey from the northwestern part of the main sources of Messinia in the southern slopes of Mount Lykaion, and some on the northern slopes of Mount Tetrazio.

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