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Pylos in one weekend: The most important things

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Pylos is a city full of attractions, activities and things to see.
During your stay in the city you’ll want to choose the best things to do based on the type of holiday you have in mind:

If you’re traveling with children you will look for attractions for children and kid-friendly things to do, if you’re a lover of photography you would like to see the sights of Pylos.

You could be in Pylos on vacation and, therefore, seek beaches and beach clubs and maybe nice events, or be traveling to discover museums and archaeological sites and be interested in tours in Pylos.

In order to help you to enjoy our city we made a collection of the most amazing, cool, adventurous, fun, romantic, exciting things to do. In this section you can find all this.

Old Pylos View

Day One

Catalog of Categories

where to go, what to do, what to see in Pylos? In which point of Pylos do I begin my tour? Where do I conclude?

Three Admirals’ Square

The classic square with giant plane trees, cafes loads of life in the evenings, it's a real Greek town with sizeable year-round population with all the 'real' non-tourist shops to serve their needs.

Castle of Pylos – Niokastro

Two castles are built on the summits of the two hills at the ends of the Bay of Navarino, overlooking the town of Pylos: the older castle of Navarino, called Palaiokastron and the more recent castle, called Niokastro

Pylos Lagoon (Divari)

The wetland between the settlement of Gialova and the bay of Voidokilia, which has been declared as an archaeological site, spreads over 6,000 acres of land and is known as Divari.

Day Two

Catalog of Categories

where to go, what to do, what to see in Pylos? In which point of Pylos do I begin my tour? Where do I conclude?

Voidokilia Beach

Voidokilia Beach, Bay, Curve is not only one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece, but maybe also in the Mediterranean Sea.

The sheltered bay is referred to in Homer's Odyssey and archaeologists believe it was used by King Nestor as a port in ancient times.

Palace of Nestor

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 palace was built in the 13th century BC by King Nestor, son of Neleus, who holds an important position in the Homeric epics. Nestor led Pylos to the Trojan War with 90 ships and is presented by Homer as a wise old man, whose opinion was always respected by the Achaeans.


To the eye of the tourist used to famous Greek islands such as Mykonos and Santorini or to the region around Athens where the summer vegetation is low and dry.

Many valleys cut through the hills covered by olive groves and natural vegetation around Pylos, and some of them hide wonderful waterfalls, such as the Kalamari waterfall by Schinolaka (the closest to Pylos), Polilimnio by Kazarma.

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