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Rent your own house in the Peloponnese, for a week or several months: experience the hospitable Stoupa in Mani

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Rent your own house in the Peloponnese, for a week or several months: experience the hospitable Stoupa in Mani! Three charming houses built in traditional Mani style with an outstanding location: 50 meters to sandy beaches and year-round open tavernas. Perfect for those who want/can stay a little longer and experience sunsets in autumn and winter by the Mediterranean Sea!

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Property ID: LK2107, “To spíti sou”, Stoupa

"To spiti sou" means "your home" in Greek and the welcoming feeling of home is felt throughout the facility. The well-planned garden grows grapes, lemons and oranges that guests can use when needed.

The facility consists of three bungalows built with thick stone walls that cool down in the summer and keep warm in the winters. Each house has a washing machine, A / C (hot / cold), private covered terraces, patios and well-equipped kitchens that allow you to prepare your own meals. The houses are heated by fireplaces (the landlord helps you buy firewood) and if you think it is not enough, the landlord arranges electric heating elements.

  • Spitaki: ideal for couples or families with up to two children. A living room with fireplace and sofa bed that can be easily converted into two single beds. A bedroom with a large double bed and a bathroom with shower and a kitchen with access to its own patio
  • Leda: ideal for couples or families with up to three children. A living room with fireplace and 2 sofa beds. One bedroom with a large double bed and a bathroom with shower. A kitchen with an exit to the patio
  • Margarita: Perfect for two couples. A charming kitchen / living room with access to the terrace and with a generous fireplace. Two bedrooms: one with King Size bed and the other with two single beds. Two bathrooms: one with shower and the other with bath

Price per month: 1 September/31 May

The shortest stay is 3 months, but can be discussed on a case-by-case basis. The price includes WiFi and water consumption. Electricity consumption is paid directly to the owner and cleaning is paid directly to the cleaning staff and can be booked on request: €10 per hour. All houses have a fireplace, A/C units with hot and cold air plus electric oil elements. The landlord can provide a gas stove on request. The electricity bill depends on how much electricity you use, the most expensive bill for Margarita during winter 2022/23 was 80 euros.

  • Spitaki: 580 €
  • Leda: €600. Rented out from the end of November 2024 and for 12 months
  • Margarita: €610. Leased until mid-November 2024

When booking, you pay one month's rent in a refundable damage deposit (no damages: damage deposit is refunded on the day of departure). All monthly rents must be paid directly to the owner and on the first day of the month. The deposit is refundable if cancellation is made 60 days before arrival. After that, the deposit is not refunded. Below some pictures from Stoupa "off season".

Useful information and links:

  • Internet connection according to Speedtest.net: Download 43.19 Mbps, Upload 14.35 Mbps
  • Nearest beach and taverns: approx. 50 meters
  • Nearest grocery store: approx. 80 meters
  • Energy certificate: will be updated shortly
  • For more tips about the area see our blogs: Husigrekland.seHouseinpeloponnese.comDomwgrecji.pl
  • Note: the map does not indicate the exact location but only shows area!

Stoupa, Messinia Mani, Peloponnese, Greece

On the southern coast of the Peloponnese in Greece and about 50 minutes drive from the nearest airport in Kalamata (or about 3 hours drive from Athens International Airport) is the beautiful and unspoilt village of Stoupa with warm, glorious summers and mild winters. With two lovely sandy golden beaches (as well as several smaller beaches), this once sleepy village has become more and more popular as a tourist destination but still retains the genuine Greece. There are about 20 taverns and restaurants along the promenade where you can enjoy delicious local and traditional Greek cuisine.