The Tower House is located 4 km west from Koita, in the heart of village Stavri. The Tower House is housed on a 19th century three level 118Sqm tower house which was lastly renovated in 2013. The property can accommodate up to four guests in its two bedrooms. The property has an autonomous kitchen where the guests can prepare their own meals. Housekeeping is provided every three days. Guests can also have access to our sister property, First class hotel Citta dei Nicliani hotel’s restaurant and wine list, if they wish to enjoy our traditional kitchen.
A lovely, very personal, house with a little extra touch in every detail, The surroundings make you breathless and the landscape provides everything you can wish – snow covered mountains, the Mediterranean, olive groves and old genuine greek villages. We rented a car and followed our helpful hostess Zairas recommendation to visit Monemvasia, a veryRead More ”
I stayed in Tower Dei Nicliani and experienced the true Mani. With the fantastic scenery just around the corner, a magic old church on a short walk/hiking distance the old tower house feels like being back in the ancient greece but with all luxury a private villa shall have. I cannot wish for a betterRead More ”
We was more than happy with our stay, the house has an amazing character and even better the amazing pool area. We spent a few lazy days at the pool and can only hope we can come back to visit again to visit the house and Mani.Read More ”
Frequently Asked Questions
What amenities does the kitchen include?
Tower dei Nicliani has an autonomous kitchen that includes Nespresso Machine, Kettle, Juicer, Stove and a Fridge.
Upon arrival the kitchen will be prepared with fresh eggs, coffee, tea, bread and home made marmalade.
How do I get to the property?
The nearest airport is Kalamata Captain Vassilis Constantakopoulos, 115 km from the house, and the we offer a paid airport shuttle service.
For google map location, click here.
GPS coordinates: 36.521372,22.372891
What are the sights close by?
The surrounding area has a lot to offer, both shorter distances or day-trips around the Peloponnese peninsula.
We have listed some of them within “Explore Mani”, accessible via the main menu or here.
Below you can find some of the places worth a visit!
In the charming town of Areopoli you will travel back to the past, walk on cobblestone streets and see impressive towers! Take a tour around the town’s unique narrow alleys. Visit the Taxiarchon Church, the 17th Martiou square, as well as the towers of chieftains Kapetanakou, Mparelakou and Pikoulaki. Enjoy your stay in traditional guesthouses and make a stop to enjoy your meal and beverage in tavernas, cafés and bars. Areopoli is the ideal base for your trips around Lakoniki Mani.
On your way from Areopoli down the mountain side, in a little bay with deep blue coloured sea and the stone built houses, literally hanging from the rocky slopes, you will encounter a magical place called Limeni. This little village was once a settlement and port belonging to the Mavromichali family. Today Areopoli is one of the most picturesque settlements in Greece, renowned for its fish tavernas next to the sea shore and the charming background of the Mavromichalis tower.
Built on a hill overlooking the bay, Oitylo is a history-laden village. According to Homer during the Mycenaean Age this town used to belong to the Kingdom of Menelaos and took part in the Trojan War with its ships. Today the area is a perfect destination to relax in one of its accommodations, built with a traditional architecture style, and offer you unique views to the sea. Travel back in time by walking on the towns cobblestoned streets while passing by its picturesque square, stone built houses and traditional cafés.
Further down south you will encounter Gerolimena, an alluring little coastal village of wild natural beauty protected by cape Cavo Grosso. Gerolimena derives from the Greek words ‘Ieros Limin’ which means ‘sacred port’. This village was once a port of great interest. Numerous traditional restaurants, cafés and accommodations are open all year round waiting for you to pay a visit. Taste fresh fish by the seashore and enjoy the quiet and fascinating sea view.
On your way towards Tainaro you will encounter a little village called Vatheia where little towers emerge from the palms of a hillside. These forts were initially built in the 18th and 19th century with a traditional architectural style and used as defensive battlements. In the 1980’s several of these constructions were restored thanks to the ambitious project of the G.N.T.O. Travel back to the past by wandering about the settlements’ alleys. At the edge of cape Tainaro, enjoy Marmari and Porto Kagio where superb sandy beaches with clear waters can offer you an excellent place to play with sand and enjoy a swim during the warmest months of the year!
Explore the southernmost point of mainland Greece and Balkan Peninsula, where Ancient Greeks marked the area as a passage to the underworld. Begin your walk from Agion Asomaton Church, built with stones from the ancient temple Tainaro of Poseidon. Take an eastern direction to see a temple carved on a rock and a sea cave where Hercules faced Cerberus. You can also go west where you can admire traces from an ancient roman settlement such as the renowned 1st century B.C. mosaic. From here take 45 minute hike and reach the Akrotainaro lighthouse where the Ionian meets the Aegean sea. Close your eyes and let the myth-laden scenery exert its power on you!
What amenities does the outdoor area includes?
The outdoor area of the property has a large dining area located next to the private swimming pool. Deckchairs, towels and robes are included for free. There is also a barbecue grill available at the guests disposal.
Is there free internet access at the property?
The property has a high-speed wireless internet connection, free of charge.