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Skafidia, nestled along the pristine coastline of the Peloponnese, offers a serene escape to mainland Greece, surrounded by natural beauty. This coastal village boasts picturesque beaches with crystal-clear waters, ideal for sunbathing, swimming, and trying your hand at water sports. Fancy your own four-legged mode of transport? Jump on a horse and ride through the captivating landscapes of the area, where you can trot through enchanting forests and onto shimmering beaches.

Set out on your own two feet and explore the charming streets filled with traditional Greek architecture, dotted with quaint tavernas serving freshly caught seafood and local delicacies. The village’s laid-back atmosphere and warm hospitality make it an ideal destination if you’re after a bit of peace and tranquillity, and a treat for your tastebuds.

Hit the scenic hiking trails that wind through olive groves and vineyards, giving stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Skafidia is also near old relics from the past, such as the Archaeological Site of Olympia, which gives you a glimpse into the rich history and culture of the Peloponnese region. Whether you’re seeking adventure or relaxation, Skafidia offers something for everyone to enjoy.

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Flights to Kalamata take just three hours and 40 minutes. From there, drive northwest to Skafidia, which will take one hour and 45 minutes. 
You’ll be well-placed if you like Kalamata olives! There’s plenty to whet your appetite, with locally made salty cheeses, herby meat dishes, and full-bodied wine.
Head up to the port of Kyllini and get the ferry over to Zakynthos. It only takes an hour and 23 minutes to hop over to the island, which makes for a great day out. 

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