Katikies Manis

Kardamili, Messinia, Kardamila, Peloponnese, 24022, Greece | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa is located on Kardamili, Messinia, Kardamila.
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    Travel Blogs from Kardamila

    Farewell to Fouli

    A travel blog entry by arwie on Jul 16, 2014

    Into Charakopio and meet Sitaris. Insists that we come to see him as he has a large pot of olive oil for us. Sadly no time before we leave (and realistically, no room in the van for more olive oil). Last dinner at Foulis, sitting outside watching the world go by. Very pleasant though only semi understood chats with Ianni, Foulis and their son Michaelis. Lots of hugs goodbye and gifts of ouzo, olives and olive oil. I am sure we will see them ...

    Birthday Present(s)

    A travel blog entry by arwie on Jul 09, 2014

    I had a very happy hour in Gill's studio choosing a little clutch of her wonderful paintings. Thank you Padams! A very talented lady and very good company to boot! Sitting with Mick and Gill in their pretty garden with wine, ouzo and meze made the whole thing even more memorable. You can see some of Gill's work on facebook.com/gilltomlinsonart or wait for me to get home and unpack my ...

    Kalamata Market

    A travel blog entry by arwie on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... Some are regular businesses, some individual smallholders with just a box of tomatoes or a few bunches of herbs and eggs. The prices are really low and everything is very fresh. Then a little walk around some of the old streets, a beer and plate of meze before home by ...


    A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Jul 03, 2011

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    ... use for live bombing runs we decided to give that a miss.

    The next day we headed for Methoni and anchored in the harbour on a clear sandy bottom. The wind was up and due to blow foe a couple of days but this was sheltered from the north and proved to be an excellent place.

    This would have to be the pick of the places we have stopped so far. A Turkish tower guards the harbour and a Venetian fort was just asking to be explored.

    A farmer's work is never done!

    A travel blog entry by denfrancis on Mar 16, 2011

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    ... renovation was completed using heavy bulldozing equipment in April 2009, leaving the grove cleared of dead trees but not tilled. Work was completed in two days but unfortunately the wall was bulldozed away - my instructions were not clear enough.

    About 100 of the 300 citrus trees remain; some bear lemons, while others bear bitter orange fruit but have been retained because of the exceptional fragrance of ...