The Mani Peninsula
Situated in southern Greece, the Mani Peninsula is a region of Greece that covers the middle southern peninsula of Peloponnese. It is home to the Maniots, who claim descent from the ancient Spartans. Stretching from the southernmost point of mainland Europe to the mountain range of Taygetus to Cape Tenaro. Known for its barren yet scenic landscape, the terrain is characterized by arid rocky land fringed by dramatic gorges and beautiful coastline lapped by crystal-clear turquoise waters. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the ancient history, soak up the traditional culture and enjoy the magnificent vistas that the Mani Peninsula has to offer.