Beaches Near Stoupa

Stoupa Main beach

The beach of Stoupa is located right on the main street of the village.It is a great beach with fine golden sand and turquoise waters.There is a busy street just above, where you will find dozens of cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops.

Beach Kalogria

The beach Kalogria is a long sandy beach with clear turquoise waters. It is known as the beach of Zorbas and where Nikos Kazantzakis and Zorba lived. It is one of the most famous and beautiful beaches of Messinia. It is an organized beach with sunbeds and umbrellas, which attracts many visitors during the summer months. Here you can drink your coffee in one of the adjacent beach bars, indulge in water sports and enjoy the sunset.

Beach Ritsa

The beach is located in Ritsa Karadamyli. A beautiful pebble beach 
with crystal clear waters.

Beach Pantazis

The beach of Pantazis (or flat sand) lies between the village of Agios Nikolaos and Agios Dimitrios.

Beach Halikoura

It is a secluded pebble beach with crystal blue waters. Suitable for those looking for a quiet beach to enjoy the sun and sea.

Agios Dimitrios Beach

Just 5 km From Stoupa you will find the beautiful sandy beach of Agios Dimitrios.There are plenty of trees for shade and cafes where you can enjoy your coffee.

Beach Katafygion

Around 500 meters from the beach of Agios Dimitrios is the Katafygion. It is a beautiful landscape of stone slabs that reach the sea.

Beach Foneas

Beach Foneas is one of the most famous “unknown” beaches. Going down a dirt road, you will find yourself in a little paradise with turquoise waters, white pebbles and rocks to provide natural shade.

Delfinia Beach

A few kilometers after Kardamyli as you head to Stoupa will find on your right a beautiful bay with turquoise waters, which used to be called Dolphin Beach. The beach consists of fine sand and pebbles, and is almost always calm and warm waters. Above the beach there is organized camping, and the beach is accessed by a dirt road. The car can reach 300 meters before the beach,and then you have to continue on foot.

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