Visit the top attractions of Kyparissia
Kyparissia has many attractions that you must see and that you should include in your trip if you want to experience the incredibly enchanting atmosphere of the city.
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A gorge with rich vegetation, majestic rocks and waterfalls that form small natural lakes, 32 km long is a natural border between the prefectures of Ilia and Messinia. You can cross it only in the summer months, as the crossing is done by the river.
Apart from the long beach of Kyparissia, with sand and pebbles, you will find a number of sandy beaches, some organized and others not, Sani, Kartelas, Stomio and Lagouvardos.
The real attraction is the city of Kyparissia itself. The city of Kyparissia has only 5,100 inhabitants but was inhabited by Ancient Greece. The old town has tall buildings and seductive views of the bay and is ideal for exploring on foot.
It was once one of the most important castles in the Peloponnese during the Frankish occupation. It was built on an older Byzantine castle while even earlier it was the location of an ancient citadel. The place there offers excellent views of the wider area and the Ionian.