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Winter in Stoupa, Mani: create unforgettable memories, enjoy the beach and the sea who are your closest neighbors

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Rent an apartment in Stoupa, spend the winter in Mani: create unforgettable memories, here the sea and the beach are your closest neighbors. Magical sunsets, noise and scent from the Mediterranean and a landlady who can guide you in Mani´'s history, nature and food culture. The landlady is the author of "A magic trek to the villages of outer Mani" and ”Greeek Couisine from the Mani area ” and is happy to share their skills and knowledge. Below sky and sea views for four seasons, a spectacle that you can see directly from the apartments! All photos are taken by the landlady.

Property ID: VK2106, “Sea4you”, Stoupa

In this stone house, located on the promenade, you will find three apartments, all tastefully decorated, well maintained, with beautiful marble floors and the A / C units are for both cold and heating. Panoramic views from large windows and terraces facing the sea, the beach and the mighty Taygeto peaks.

  • Horizon, 90 sqm, up to 5 people. Top floor

In the apartment you will find a combined living / sleeping area of ​​30 sqm with fireplace, exit to the terrace, a double bed, two comfortable sofa beds for 2 people, dining table and desk. In the large kitchen there is a sofa bed that can be converted into a double bed. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, oven, refrigerator and a washing machine. Comfortable kitchen island in the middle: here you can experiment with your Greek dishes, all the necessary utensils are in place! The bathroom has both a shower and a bath.

  • Thalassa, 100 sqm, up to 5 people. First floor

In the apartment you will find a double bedroom and a bedroom with a sofa bed for two. In the large living room with access to the terrace (which is shared with the apartment "Danae"), there is also a fireplace, another sofa bed for two, space for a dining table and a smart delimited kitchen area. In the kitchen you will find a dishwasher, stove and comfortable work surfaces. The apartment has both a bathroom (with shower and washing machine) and an additional toilet.

  • Danae, 85 sqm, up to 4 people. First floor

This apartment shares the large terrace with "Thalassa" and consists of a living room with a kitchen area (equipped with dishwasher, stove / oven and smart work surfaces), a double bedroom, a separate room with two sofa beds and a bathroom with shower and washing machine .

Payment terms and booking period. The price is offered on request

The house can be rented from October 15 to May 15. You pay at the time of booking and via bank transfer a monthly rent in advance. The full amount is refundable if cancellation is made 60 days before arrival. Then no refund. Remaining monthly rents must be paid month after month directly to the owner and always on the first day of the month. The rent includes WiFi.

In addition to monthly rent, you will pay about 40 euros per month for well cleaning and consumption of electricity and water: you will pay directly to the owner against presented receipts. Cleaning at least once a month is mandatory, the price is agreed on site and paid in cash to the cleaning staff.

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Stoupa, Messinia Mani, Peloponnese, Greece

On the southern coast of the Peloponnese in Greece and about 50 minutes drive from the nearest airport in Kalamata (or about 3 hours drive from Athens International Airport) is the beautiful and unspoilt village of Stoupa with warm, glorious summers and mild winters. With two lovely sandy golden beaches (as well as several smaller beaches), this once sleepy village has become more and more popular as a tourist destination but still retains the genuine Greece. There are about 20 taverns and restaurants along the promenade where you can enjoy delicious local and traditional Greek cuisine.

Stoupa is located in a fascinating area called Mani. This is the only part of Greece never conquered by intruders. The people, Maniots, built towerhouses (called Mani Towers) where they took shelter under the countless local feudes fought here. Some of these Mani Towers have been restored and can still be seen in the area.