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Ancient Messene, Messini

(4.9/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • One of the jewels of the wider region of Kalamata. It's definitely worth a visit if you find someone there.
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  • Entrance ticket Euro 12 each covers the museum further back along the road. There's no map so you need to follow all the paths as far as you can and have time for. Go exploring and you'll find more th...  more »
  • Apisteytoy corns archaiologikos place to parapolla findings. The theater is amazing, the Agora-the Stadium all incredible. There are unequivocal signs everywhere. The job that he has done is amazing. The boat!! Iperiochi is great coffee get to wear comfy shoes. The road from Kalamata is arkaeta a good 25 minutes. When there's travel in agathonisi car park. Will eat up Kana day intended good ticket Price within 6 euros/person
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Google
  • One of the most complete and interesting antiquities site you could visit. Sadly overlooked by many due to its relatively isolated location. Definitely in my top 5 list for Greece.
  • Stunning site everything in one place, ruins, theatre. Temples. gymnasium. Fountains. Running water. Amphitheatre. Greek and later Roman. museum. See also nearby arcades gate
  • A well preserved site with a small museum. Worth a visit if you're in the Kalamata area. There were no crowds when we were there.
  • A breathtaking site, very well preserved and not crowdy. Museum is rather small but nice.
  • Absolutely worth a visit