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Modern apartment with sea views, 180 meters from the beach, 15 km from Kalamata Airport

Description

A modern apartment with sea views located 180 meters from the beach and taverns and only 15 km from the airport in Kalamata: here you will thrive all year round! Maybe the best place to work from? If you get tired of the local taverns and supermarket, you can reach Kalamata, the city that never sleeps, in just 15 minutes. The apartment is located on the first floor of a small and well-kept apartment building with a total of seven apartments (five of them have already been sold). In the pictures below your nearest beach.

Object ID: AN71, Mikri Mantineia, Avia

  • a bedroom with fitted wardrobes and A / C as well as electrical elements
  • one bathroom
  • open floor plan: kitchen and living room with A / C and electrical elements
  • one balcony with sea views and space for outdoor furniture
  • sold furnished and ready to move in

Other facts you should know about

  • Price: € 90000
  • Additional fees: € 10 per month for care and maintenance
  • Building year: 2005
  • Recent renovation: 2019
  • Area: 60 sqm
  • Balcony: 10 sqm
  • Parking lot: for a car and at no extra charge
  • Nearest beach: Mikri Mantineia & Arhontiko ca 180 m
  • Nearest tavern: 0,2 km
  • Kalamata City: 11 km
  • Kalamata Airport: 15 km
  • Athens Airport: 280 km (motorway). From Athens to Kalamata: our best tips for you
  • Note: the map does not indicate the exact location but only shows area!
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Mikri Mantineia, Messinia Avia, Peloponnese, Greece

Just 10 minutes drive and about 15 km southeast of Kalamata lies Avia Messinia with its rugged beautiful scenery and with stunning panoramic views of the blue and turquoise crystal clear waters of Messinia Bay. The name comes from the mythological king of Messenia Kresphontis, which named the area after Hercules daughter Avia.

In the area there are small communities Avia, Akrogiali and Megali Mantineia and the view from the western foot of the Taygetos Massif provides a stunning view of the bay and Kalamata. As the area is hilly and the beaches are close to the mountains, you will not find any classic sandy beaches here as in other areas. Here it is clearly rockier beaches and coves that are preferred by the Greeks themselves. The entire coastline all the way down to Mani is very sailing-friendly and it is also possible to quickly sail over to the western side of the Gulf of Messini or around to the southeastern parts of the Peloponnese. Do you want to read more about the area's mythology and history?