The natural landscape impresses the visitor. It is one of the most important wetlands in Europe and is part of the Natura 2000 network. It is the southernmost migration station of Balkan migratory birds from and to Africa. Hundreds of bird species find refuge there. The beach of Gialova stretches for several kilometers and at the end of it is the path that leads to Voidokoilia, the path from which one can go up to Paliokastro but also the point where one can swim across to the island of Sfaktiria.
More famous, however, is the Golden Beach or Divari which is essentially an extension of the beach of Gialova in the direction of the lagoon. It is a wonderful coast of about 4 kilometers, which has organized and unorganized sections and attracts mainly young people. Here, of course, the sand dominates – which also offers the "golden" impression created by the landscape– the waters are crystal clear, while there is also the possibility of wind surfing and jet skiing. Enchanting beaches, green destinations, luxurious restaurants and traditional taverns make up an ideal setting for comfortable and peaceful holidays in Gialova. Many foreign as well as domestic vacationers have been organizing their vacations in Gialova and the wider area in recent years.
It is of great investment interest since the demand for a country house and tourist farm has increased significantly. The hills around the wider area of Gialova, but also of Pylos, are dominated by luxurious detached houses and villas.
Permanent Residents: 228
Athens Airport: 303 km
Kalamata Airport: 48 km
Hospital: 46 km (Kalamata)
Hospital: 43 km (Kyparissia)
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Real estate marketHere are offered mainly luxurious detached houses and villas built mainly on the hills around the wider area of Gialova in green plots overlooking the blue Messinian sea.