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Feel the vibe

Camping Gythion Bay is located 3 km. west of Gythion town on the road to Areopolis, on the beautiful beach of Mavrovouni. Forty square meters full of orange, olive, fig and nut trees create a pleasant and shady environment, where you can freely select a space without delimited spots, but with an option for electricity supply and therefore, enjoy a comfortable stay.

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Gythio - a picturesque town

The port of Gythio is rich in fish taverns, beautiful old Turkish style houses and a bustling waterfront, which is the town's center of gravity. There are long sandy beaches nearby. Marathonisi, which used to be an island but is now connected, is supposedly where Paris spent the night with Helen when he first abducted her from King Menelaous of Sparta. There is an ancient acropolis and a small museum in the town hall. Most people use Gythio as their base when they travel around south Peloponnese.

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If you come to Mavrovouni beach, windsurfing is a "must-do". If you don't have equipment there is a school near Gythion Bay that can arrange everything.

If you are fan of windsurfing then the specific beach is one of the best choices in Peloponnese. It is not crowded, it gives south or west wind, but in August you can plan on your board with meltemi.

Take your board and your sail and have fun!

Peninsula of Mani

Mani is the central peninsula of the three which extend southwards from the Peloponnese in southern Greece. To the east is the Laconian Gulf, to the west the Messenian Gulf. The peninsula forms a continuation of the Taygetos mountain range, the western spine of the Peloponnese.

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