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Visit in the phelopones region, greece

Two days in the area of a small fisherman village called stoupa in the south of Greece, phelopones.

by stavvAbout Me:my name is Stav, im from the northen part of israel. i enjoy traveling, reading and most of all i love meeting and conecting with new people and learning new things. read more

EuropeGreece2 days / October 2020

Highs & Lows

The amazing guesthouse

The weather

Itinerary Overview

On this trip we spent two days in the area of a small and beautiful fishing village called Stoupa in the south of Greece, Phelopones. This was part of a two week trip my boyfriend and I took to the southern Phelopones region of Greece. It is not usually a very common destination but it is certainly very nice and recommended, it is a quiet, serene place, with a beautiful view and an excellent climate.


The first day we walked mainly through stoupa and went to some gift shops, they have a beautiful promenade and a perfect view of the sunset on the water, sitting down to watch it is very magical because all the sun is reflected and you feel a energy of peace and relaxation. Following this, on the second day we went to explore a different beach nearby, had lunch there at a local restaurant which was amazing, and continued on to our next location.

  • 1 Night: Blue Lagoon
  • 1 Night: Kalogria Beach
    Close by to the guesthouse, beautiful beach

Q & A

  • What would you have changed?

    I would have visited on September instead of October because we had some chilli days where it wasn't as fun to go in the ocean

  • How was the food?

    The beach restaurant was amazing

  • What tips would you give a friend?

    Try bargaining at with the sails people at the stoupa promenade

  • Packing tips?

    Pack some long clothes, it gets cold and windy in the evening.

  • Transportation Tips?

    We rented a car and loved it. It gave us freedom to go to any small village we wanted like stoupa.

  • Any surprises?

    The guesthouse! It was above and biond anything we could imagin