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Not an ordinary escape

Introducing Kika,a piece of
Stone-Made Luxury, Embracing Timeless Elegance

Immerse yourself in the epitome of refined luxury at Kika, a magnificent stone-made villa meticulously crafted to honor the cherished traditions of Maniot architecture, while seamlessly embracing modern sophistication.

Established in 2021, our illustrious villa proudly showcases an exquisite private pool, offering an idyllic retreat for your senses. From its elevated vantage point, feast your eyes upon an awe-inspiring panoramic vista, where the majestic Mt. Taygetus gracefully meets the azure waters of the Aegean Sea in the enchanting Messinian Bay. Here, the harmonious symphony of the cerulean sky, shimmering sea, and lush green Maniot Olive tree groves paints an unrivaled backdrop of unrivaled beauty.

Indulge in an exquisite fusion of local aromas and traditional cuisine, as Kika provides the perfect canvas for relaxation and indulgence. Allow your senses to be captivated by the delicate scents and flavors that reflect the rich heritage of the region.

Nestled gracefully on the edge of a hill, between the charming villages of Rigklia, Agios Nikolaos, and Pirgos, Kika commands an enviable position at the heart of the esteemed Wider Mani area. Immerse yourself in captivating local excursions, unveiling the hidden gems of pristine beaches and captivating sightseeing experiences.

While the bustling capital of the Messinia region, Kalamata, lies a mere 40km (27 miles) away, the charming town of Aeropoli awaits you at a distance of 33km (20.5 miles). For those with an appetite for history and adventure, the renowned Diros caves beckon from a mere 43km (27 miles) away, ready to immerse you in their ancient secrets.

Experience a realm of unmatched luxury and unparalleled beauty at Kika, where time stands still, and every moment is drenched in opulence

Welcome to the captivating world of Outer Messinian Mani, a region that unfurls its beauty from the vibrant city of Kalamata to the charming village of Saint Nicon. Along the coastline of the majestic Messinian Gulf, picturesque villages adorn the slopes of the mythical Mt. Taygetus, forming a picturesque tapestry. Here, in the heart of Mani, ancient cities, castles, monasteries, and churches echo tales of a rich past, enveloping the area in an aura of historic grandeur. Among the iconic villages that grace this land, Kardamili, Stoupa, Agios Nikolaos, Rigklia, Trahila, and Platsa stand out as epitomes of charm and authenticity.

Mani is not only a treasure trove of historical heritage but also a culinary haven, showcasing unique dishes that tantalize the senses. From the delectable sweetness of Diples to the flavorful richness of Lalagkia, every bite unveils a celebration of local flavors. Oregano, salt, thyme, mint, and supreme quality olive oil bless the land, while nature's organic abundance graces the area with its generosity.

Enveloping this mesmerizing region is the majestic Mount Taygetus, a regal presence visible from every corner, bestowing an air of magnificence upon the land.

A paradise of pristine shores awaits, and the most iconic beaches in the area beckon with their captivating allure. From the tranquil beauty of Ritsa, Phoneas, and Kalamitsi in Kardamili to the sun-kissed sands of Delfinia, Kalogria, and Stoupa beach in Stoupa, the coastal gems offer moments of pure bliss. Discover the enchanting Pantazi and Gnospi in Agios Nikolaos or seek solace at Katafigi and Laka in Agios Dimitrios — each beach is a testament to the region's natural splendor.

Delve into the rich history that weaves through Mani, a land that has graced both modern Greece and ancient mythology. According to legend, Kardamili was once gifted by King Agamemnon to Achilles as a dowry for his union with the princess Iphigenia, who was later tragically sacrificed to Artemis to ensure the Greek ships' safe passage to Troy. The tombs of the famed Dioscuri, Castor and Pollux, reside just beyond the borders of the same town, while the birthplace of Helen of Troy, the mythical Pefnos Island, can be admired from the porch of Kika Residences.

Moreover, Mani holds the distinction of being called "Hellenic" due to the late conversion of its residents. This land witnessed Greece's fight for independence from the Ottoman Empire and is revered as the birthplace of the proudest, most independent ethnic group in the country, passed down by the fearless Ancient Spartans. Even Alexander the Great himself was unable to conquer the indomitable spirit of Mani.

As the saying goes, "As a passerby, you need three days to see Mani, as a visitor, you need three months, but to truly grasp her soul, you need three lifetimes. One for her mesmerizing sea, one for her majestic mountains, and one for her remarkable people."

In this unparalleled location, where privacy and safety merge seamlessly at Kika Residences, you will discover the perfect haven for an unforgettable holiday. Our utmost goal is to envelop you in an ambiance of comfort and warmth, allowing you to feel at home in every moment of your stay.

Our goal is to make you feel comfortable like home!

On behalf of Kika Residencies,

Dimitris & Maria​

Explore the Enchanting Realm of Outer Messinian Mani:
A Journey of Myth, History, and Natural Splendor

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