Pylos-Nestoras is located approximately 130 miles (209 kilometers) from Athens, the country's capital.
Don't limit yourself to Pylos-Nestoras; this region has been blessed with a treasure trove natural and man-made attractions waiting to be explored. Kitries, lays 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west, while Filiatra can be found 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast.
No matter what your spiritual beliefs, you're sure to be moved at Peloponnese's temples and other sites of spiritual significance. An excellent way to learn about a place and its people is by understanding its past. While in Peloponnese, be sure to visit the area's traditional villages.
When you hear the call to adventure, follow the lead of local thrill seekers and spend the day mountain biking or rock climbing. See a side of the region many visitors will never see by spending time with a local guide on one of the guided nature walks.
Often, a destination's true personality can be found in the flavors and aromas of its kitchens. Don't wrap up your time in Pylos-Nestoras without trying out pan fried crab as well as arni me votana (lamb casserole). Lagorthi and Mantineia Moschofilero and other tasty varieties feature on the wine menus of many restaurants in Peloponnese.
And at the end of your trip, pack your baggage and wish Greece a fond Yiá sou (farewell).