Mani in a few words and a million senses
Towers built in stone and nature bathed in light cradle unique traditional settlements with a medieval and Byzantine past. Surrounded by Mount Taygetus and a rocky landscape made up of canyons, caves and gorges, covered with forests and olive groves, the region’s geography does not give us the leeway to travel far away. Its sharp land and austere nature render Mani enticing to explorers seeking peace and to families willing to spend quality time with each other, strengthen their family’s bonds and create memories that will last forever. As sir Patrick Leigh Fermor give us an insight of Mani in a few words “Passing by you see Mani in three days, walking in three months and to see its soul you need three lives. One for the sea, one for its mountains and one for its people”.