|Most expensive month:||July|
|Average price in Kalamata:||$114/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$19/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
Panellinion Luxury Rooms
Navarinou 2-12, Kalamata, 24100, Greece, Kalamata, Greece
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Mouth-watering olives aren’t the only drawcard in Kalamata, a lively city perched on the Peloponnese Peninsula. Visitors can also enjoy excellent shopping, lively nightlife and fascinating museums. A beautiful stretch of sand is the icing on the cake for the Messinian capital.
Narrow laneways wind through the Old Town, which is set in the shadow of the 13th-century fort. Peer into beautifully restored Byzantine churches and shop for handmade souvenirs. The enclave is dotted with traditional “kafeneio” coffee houses where you can sip espresso alongside locals.
Entrance to the 13th-century fort is via a stone staircase that leads up to an impressive gate. Stroll around the ruins of the ancient fort and climb up onto the battlements for gorgeous views over Kalamata and the Mediterranean Sea.
Visit the Archaeological Museum of Messenia to uncover the rich history and heritage of the region. The galleries are full of treasures, including ancient Roman mosaics, gold jewellery and pottery unearthed from Mycenaean tombs.
White pebbles and crystalline water make Kalamata Beach perfect for a day in the sunshine. Relax under the shade of a beach umbrella and cool off in the Mediterranean. The waterfront is lined with lively hotels and restaurants where you can enjoy fresh seafood and ouzo on ice.
Guided tours of the Kalamata countryside take you to picturesque olive farms. You’ll love wandering through the silvery olive groves and learning about the art of planting and harvesting. Many tours include farm-style lunches featuring feta cheese, flatbread, vine-ripened tomatoes and of course, olives.
Kalamata is compact and easy to get around on foot, especially in pedestrian-friendly areas such as the Old Town. Local buses run throughout the city and to the beach while rental cars are a good way to explore Kalamata at your own pace. Kalamata International Airport is a 20-minute drive away.
Kalamata is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Pharae Palace Hotel, which has a current rating of 9.1. For other potential stays, consider Elite City Resort and Garden City Resort, which can also be great places to stay in Kalamata.
Hotels in Kalamata cost an average of $125/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Kalamata had higher average prices of $137/night and $141/night respectively.
Prices for Kalamata hotels have been found for as low as $14/night over the last 3 days. The popularity of your requested dates can significantly affect prices. For the upcoming weekend of May 20 to May 22, Kalamata hotel prices start from $33/night.
A hotel in Kalamata tonight can start as low as $33 for the night, with an average cost of $93, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. For a 4-star hotel in Kalamata tonight, prices start from $40.