Costa Navarino, the prime sustainable destination in the Mediterranean.
How We See Costa Navarino
Costa Navarino is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Remote yet easily accessible, Costa Navarino enjoys a premium location on the Ionian Sea coastline surrounded by pristine land of olive-groves and vineyards. Whether you're a beach lover, a sports enthusiast, or a foodie, you'll love the freedom, individuality, and diversity that seamlessly blends authentic experiences with the rich history of the locale.
Know Before You Go
Untouched by mass tourism, Costa Navarino is home to the first W Hotel in Greece. The hotel and local area is an intriguing mix of spas, water sports, outdoor pursuits, golf, and tennis, along with a variety of dining venues featuring local and international cuisine based on the region’s lush produce.
Talk Like A Local
Know the slang of the city.
\ Pame Paralia \ dialect
It’s a beautiful day! Let’s go to the beach.
Ωραία μέρα! Πάμε παραλία.
Neighborhoods To Explore
A picturesque coastal town with historic importance related to the famous naval Battle of Navarino in 1827 - a decisive turning point in the Greek War of Independence.
2. GIALOVA LAGOON
Greece’s southernmost major wetland, and a key stopover in the flyways of migratory birds, Gialova lagoon provides shelter to 271 out of the 442 registered bird species in Greece, and to the African chameleon, a unique species of reptile that changes skin color depending on its mood.
3. ANCIENT MESSINI
Built in 369 BC, is among the best-preserved city-states in Greece, featuring a sprawling stadium, an impressive agora, a small theater, temples, a Sanctuary of Asclepius, and the massive fortification walls stretching for 9km.
4. THE CASTLE OF METHONI
Built by the Venetians in the early 13th century, the Castle of Methoni is one of the most impressive medieval sites in Greece, and among the largest in the Mediterranean. Stretching over a headland jutting into the sea, the immense fortress reveals Methoni’s glorious past, with the lion of Saint Mark, the symbol of the city of Venice, dominating the castle’s main gate.
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The most Instagrammable beach in the area, and one the best beaches in the world, according to “The Times.” Voidokilia is famous for its distinct shape; in Greek, it means “ox belly” but is also known as Omega beach, resembling the Greek letter omega. It is a sheltered bay with soft sand and is an idyllic swimming and sunbathing spot.
Navarino Bay, Costa Navarino
This spectacular destination offers a world-class golf experience with 4 signature golf courses in a 13-km radius. The Bay Course, right next to W Costa Navarino, is designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones Jr. and provides a fun and challenging play for golfers of all levels, together with panoramic sea and mountain views and 2 holes playing along the historic bay of Navarino.
One of the most fun and authentic Messinian celebrations is the wine grape harvest. People of all ages come together each year to gather and press the grapes in Costa Navarino’s vineyards at Mouzaki.
Navarino Dunes, Costa Navarino
Train like global tennis stars at Europe's first “Mouratoglou Tennis Center.” With state-of-the-art facilities and a total of 16 floodlit courts of all types, Mouratoglou Tennis Center Costa Navarino offers top-class training to players of all ages and levels through private and group sessions and signature Mouratoglou Academy programs, under the instruction of experienced Mouratoglou trained coaches.
W Costa Navarino
W Costa Navarino shows stylish accommodations with swim-up rooms, airy two-bedroom suites with own pools and fantastic beachfront villas with their private pools set against the stunning Ionian sunset.