Kalamata is the second largest city in the Peloponnese, after Patra.
The city is full of sights you can visit and its location its suitable for nearby excursions in beautiful parts of Messinia.
HOW TO ARRIVE IN TO KALAMATA
Kalamata is 238 km from Athens. From Athens you can reach Kalamata if you follow the highway. Athens-Corinth-Tripoli, then follow the Tripoli- Megalopoli- Kalamata route. The distance from Athens is 238 km.
From Patra you can reach Kalamata if you follow the highway. Patras-Corinth-Tripoli, and then follow the Tripoli-Megalopolis-Kalamata route. The distance is 286 km. From Patra you can reach Kalamata and through highway. Patras - Pyrgos. Then follow the road to Amaliada and before you reach Kyparissia, turn to Kalo Nero with direction Kalamata. There is a sign that you can follow. The distance is 209 km.
Daily bus routes are available from Athens, Patras, Ioannina and Thessaloniki towards Kalamata.
There are also regular train connections from Athens and Patras to Kalamata.
You can also reach Kalamata by plain from the airport in Athens El. Venizelos,also from Thessaloniki and Heraklion. There are flights 3 times a week. Also, the prefecture is connected by coast with Kythera and Kissamos of Chania.
DISTANCES FROM KALAMATA
Athens 238 km
Grevena 575 km
Patra 288 km
Lamia 438 km
Ioannina 510 km
Tripoli 80 km
Thessaloniki 715 km
Volos 543 km
Corinth 167 km
Trikala 545 km
FROM OTHER AREAS OF MESSINIA
Little Mantineia 8 km
Messina 10 km
Pylos 50 km
Gargaliani 70 km
Stoupa 45 km
Kardamyli 37 km
Filiatra 80 km
Koroni 51 km
Finikounda 70 km
Kyparissia 70 km
Chora Trifylias 50 km
Methoni 60 km
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