Artemisia/Nedousa

Artemisia is a mountain village within the municipality of Kalamata, Messinia, Greece. As of 2011, it had a population of 136 for the village and 142 for the municipal district, which includes the little village of Agios Ioannis Theologos. It’s placed at 860 m above the sea level. Several of its residents live there only throughout the summer months.

Nedousa is a village of Messinia within the area of Alagonia. A discrete green mountain village in the heart of Mountain Taygetos just twenty four kilometers far from Kalamata city, in a height of 570 meters. It’s the area that Greek fighter Nikitas Stamatelopoulos was born.

Both villages are unique and beautiful and as Alagonia they are ideal for sightseeing and walks in the mountain. Don’t forget to taste the food and the products in both of these areas!

Artemisia

Until 1927, the village was named Tsernitsa.From 1835 till 1912, it was a part of the municipality of Alagonia. In 1912 it became an independent community, that joined the municipality of Kalamata in 1997.

Nedousa

From the eighth century AD. till the thirteenth century was a settlement of Koutsavas and belonged administratively to Messinia. In the revolution of 1821 it played a vital role, having hosted several inhabitants of Messinia persecuted by Ibrahim. There was born  the famous Greek fighter Nikitas Stamatelopoulos or Nikitaras. It’s also the home of the poet Maria Polydouri. Additionally the hero of 1940 and later mister Tassos Minis, originates from Nedousa.

It is well-known for the authentic agricultural feast of “Eucharisties” that takes place on “Kathara Deutera” with elements from the ancient Dionysian worship. It’s also famous for the two traditional musical instruments and a unique purpose (patinas), the drum of animal skins and also the flute (tsafraki).

Artemisia/Nedousa offers all of the traditional and local tastes with an exceptional quality because there the soil is of the best quality helping products and crops to grow. As in Alagonia residents are engaged in agriculture, livestock and logging mostly. In the area, mainly potatoes and secondarily olives, walnuts and other fruit trees are thriving. Besides potatoes of course locals produce a wide variety of vegetables, local products, oil and winery which you can’t ignore once you are there!

In Artemisia/Nedousa, similarly as throughout the prefecture of Messinia, you’ll find a rich traditional cuisine and plenty of pure and healthy native products. The main agricultural foods produced in Messinia are olives, grapes, raisins, figs, citrus and fruit and vegetables.

Some of the specialties of the local cuisine are salads, boiled goat, scrambled cod with garlic, roast pork, and sage-smoked sausages unique to their taste and quality.

Try even marvelous “diples”, “lalagia” and oil bagels. Don’t forget to shop the far-famed Kalamata olives, honey, that are of excellent quality, “pasteli”, “ouzo”, balsamic vinegar, “trachana”, noodles, herbs and organic products.

Artemisia: The historic monastery of Agios Ioannis Theologos, Kato Chora where there are outstanding monuments with ruins of old buildings, in Volimes there are ruins of the temple of Artemis, the stone hexagonal shaped bridge at Agios Polykarpos, the stone bridal bridge of Viros, the stone arched bridge one hundred meters after the bridge of Viros, the traditional watermill of Mimis Giannopoulos, the well-known mill of Rentifis situated below the gorgeous chapel of Metamorphosis of Savior, the old Taygetus scraper factory and the traditional inns on the way to Kalamata for pedestrians and horses.

Nedousa: The historic monastery of Mardaki, the Parish Church of Agia Aikaterini, Chorigoskala, the stone monotox bridge of Pantalikos, the watermill of Anastasis Karabatos next to the bridge of Panteliko, the watermill of Panagiotis Theodorakakis, the climbing park that was created within the gorge that’s approaching the village, the bust and house of Nikitaras, the stone chapels of the “neo” martyrs Rafael Nicolas and Irene, Agia Mavra, Agios Georgios and also the Holy Trinity in the cave at the entrance of the village, Pera Meria village with the evergreen tree and the running water and the old-plane tree in Kaminia!

Spring Breaks

Visitors who head to Artemisia/Nedousa between late March and May should expect to find cloudy skies and temperatures that can reach low levels, possibly snow and of course you will need the proper clothes in order to go sightseeing and walking. The important Easter preparations that take place this time of year, where you see locals flooding the streets for the biggest celebration of Christianity. Next day is followed by music, dancing, eating and drinking as a tradition. By avoiding the summer rush, tourists should be able to find smart deals on flights and accommodation, making Spring a good season for budget travellers to visit Artemisia/Nedousa.

Summer Sun

Sunscreen and shades are essential for a summer visit to Artemisia/Nedousa, but the temperatures will still be chilling along summertime. If you plan to visit Artemisia/Nedousa at this time, summer storms are always a possibility on hotter days, and can be strong enough sometimes, but in case of power cuts just carry a torch with your luggage!

Autumn and winter in Artemisia/Nedousa

As the temperatures drop, also do the tourist numbers, and the early Autumn is a very pleasant time to visit Artemisia/Nedousa. Sightseeing becomes more comfortable as the heat becomes less oppressive, so October, November and forward are good times of the year to to explore the mountains. On winter you will see snow for sure and plenty of intensive cold days, so you will need some warm clothing packed in your stuff! During the Winter, there are fewer international flights to Kalamata, but it is always possible to fly in to Athens and take the transport through the beautiful newly created highway and inside the graphic villages along the way.

Artemisia

It is situated in the west part of the Taygetos mountain on the GR-82 road (Pylos – Kalamata – Sparta) between Kalamata and Sparta. It is 1.5 km southwest of Alagonia and 23 km northeast of Kalamata city. Following the road from Kalamata to Sparta will be easy to get there, you can also ask the friendly locals you will find there for directions in case you get lost.

Nedousa

It is located in the northern area of ​​the Nedon river and is built to the left and right of Nedousa’s stream. It is found about five kilometers after the Byzantine road of Kalamata – Sparta, at an altitude of 701 meters. The original location of the settlement was different from what it is nowadays. Specifically, it was above where it’s built nowadays at the immersed location close to Agia Varvara’s chapel. This is acknowledged from the ancient ruined buildings, in addition to other objects found there. Most likely the residents because of the landslides were forced to leave this position and settle in the present position. Some families, however, left this area and settled in the place that’s today’s village of Piges and created the settlement of Mikri Anastasova.

Driving: You’ll be able to drive from Athens to Artemisia/Nedousa in about three hours twenty minutes on the National Road. Its not a bad drive and you will pass some attention-grabbing countryside. After all it’s a lot more interesting for the passenger than it’s for the driver who should keep his eye on the road in order to be alert for all the crazy things Greek drivers do. However even that may be amusing and if you’re a good driver you will not have any issues.               Rent a Car

By bus: Coach services are operated by KTEL between Athens, Kalamata.
The trip lasts three hours to Kalamata. Ticket value is thirty five euros one-way and fifty five euros round-trip ticket.
You don’t have to pre-book for a price ticket. You’ll pay at the terminal, before bus departure or on the bus. If you’re there half an hour before departure you must find a seat. Find a Bus

By taxi: You’ll be able to rent or hire a taxi transfer from Athens directly to Artemisia/Nedousa through the contact form and also you can arrange the price with the driver! This can be a simple solution if you don’t wish to drive all the way by yourself! Taxi Transfer

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For any emergency situation call First Telephone Numbers.

During your stay here are some useful phone numbers you might need.
(If you are dialing from your mobile then put the +30 prefix and after the number you see bellow)
First Telephone Numbers
Direct Police Action 100
National Emergency Assistance Center (EACS) 166
Fire Service 199
Direct Coast Guard Intervention 108
Drug Enforcement Service 109
Tourist Police 171
Antiterrorism 170
Fire Fighting Center 191
Poison Center 210 7793777
Life Line – SOS 175
Useful Phone Numbers
Hospital of Kalamata 27210 46000
IKA of Kalamata 27210 45500
Police Directorate of Messinia 27210 44600
Port Authority of Kalamata: 27210 22218
Municipality of Kalamata 27210 22651-28000
Regional Unit of Messinia (Call Center) 27213-61200
Roadside assistance
ΕΛ.Π.Α. 10400
EXPRESS SERVICE 1154
HELLAS SERVICE 1057
INTERAMERICAN 1168
Moreas SA Sos 1025, 2710 562020
KTEL of Kalamata
Ticket Information and Ticketing 27210 28581
Parcel Warehouse 27210 26428
AIRPORT of Kalamata: 27210 69442

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Information

Artemisia is a mountain village within the municipality of Kalamata, Messinia, Greece. As of 2011, it had a population of 136 for the village and 142 for the municipal district, which includes the little village of Agios Ioannis Theologos. It’s placed at 860 m above the sea level. Several of its residents live there only throughout the summer months.

Nedousa is a village of Messinia within the area of Alagonia. A discrete green mountain village in the heart of Mountain Taygetos just twenty four kilometers far from Kalamata city, in a height of 570 meters. It’s the area that Greek fighter Nikitas Stamatelopoulos was born.

Both villages are unique and beautiful and as Alagonia they are ideal for sightseeing and walks in the mountain. Don’t forget to taste the food and the products in both of these areas!

History

Artemisia

Until 1927, the village was named Tsernitsa.From 1835 till 1912, it was a part of the municipality of Alagonia. In 1912 it became an independent community, that joined the municipality of Kalamata in 1997.

Nedousa

From the eighth century AD. till the thirteenth century was a settlement of Koutsavas and belonged administratively to Messinia. In the revolution of 1821 it played a vital role, having hosted several inhabitants of Messinia persecuted by Ibrahim. There was born  the famous Greek fighter Nikitas Stamatelopoulos or Nikitaras. It’s also the home of the poet Maria Polydouri. Additionally the hero of 1940 and later mister Tassos Minis, originates from Nedousa.

It is well-known for the authentic agricultural feast of “Eucharisties” that takes place on “Kathara Deutera” with elements from the ancient Dionysian worship. It’s also famous for the two traditional musical instruments and a unique purpose (patinas), the drum of animal skins and also the flute (tsafraki).

Products

Artemisia/Nedousa offers all of the traditional and local tastes with an exceptional quality because there the soil is of the best quality helping products and crops to grow. As in Alagonia residents are engaged in agriculture, livestock and logging mostly. In the area, mainly potatoes and secondarily olives, walnuts and other fruit trees are thriving. Besides potatoes of course locals produce a wide variety of vegetables, local products, oil and winery which you can’t ignore once you are there!

In Artemisia/Nedousa, similarly as throughout the prefecture of Messinia, you’ll find a rich traditional cuisine and plenty of pure and healthy native products. The main agricultural foods produced in Messinia are olives, grapes, raisins, figs, citrus and fruit and vegetables.

Some of the specialties of the local cuisine are salads, boiled goat, scrambled cod with garlic, roast pork, and sage-smoked sausages unique to their taste and quality.

Try even marvelous “diples”, “lalagia” and oil bagels. Don’t forget to shop the far-famed Kalamata olives, honey, that are of excellent quality, “pasteli”, “ouzo”, balsamic vinegar, “trachana”, noodles, herbs and organic products.

Sights

Artemisia: The historic monastery of Agios Ioannis Theologos, Kato Chora where there are outstanding monuments with ruins of old buildings, in Volimes there are ruins of the temple of Artemis, the stone hexagonal shaped bridge at Agios Polykarpos, the stone bridal bridge of Viros, the stone arched bridge one hundred meters after the bridge of Viros, the traditional watermill of Mimis Giannopoulos, the well-known mill of Rentifis situated below the gorgeous chapel of Metamorphosis of Savior, the old Taygetus scraper factory and the traditional inns on the way to Kalamata for pedestrians and horses.

Nedousa: The historic monastery of Mardaki, the Parish Church of Agia Aikaterini, Chorigoskala, the stone monotox bridge of Pantalikos, the watermill of Anastasis Karabatos next to the bridge of Panteliko, the watermill of Panagiotis Theodorakakis, the climbing park that was created within the gorge that’s approaching the village, the bust and house of Nikitaras, the stone chapels of the “neo” martyrs Rafael Nicolas and Irene, Agia Mavra, Agios Georgios and also the Holy Trinity in the cave at the entrance of the village, Pera Meria village with the evergreen tree and the running water and the old-plane tree in Kaminia!

Best time to visit

Spring Breaks

Visitors who head to Artemisia/Nedousa between late March and May should expect to find cloudy skies and temperatures that can reach low levels, possibly snow and of course you will need the proper clothes in order to go sightseeing and walking. The important Easter preparations that take place this time of year, where you see locals flooding the streets for the biggest celebration of Christianity. Next day is followed by music, dancing, eating and drinking as a tradition. By avoiding the summer rush, tourists should be able to find smart deals on flights and accommodation, making Spring a good season for budget travellers to visit Artemisia/Nedousa.

Summer Sun

Sunscreen and shades are essential for a summer visit to Artemisia/Nedousa, but the temperatures will still be chilling along summertime. If you plan to visit Artemisia/Nedousa at this time, summer storms are always a possibility on hotter days, and can be strong enough sometimes, but in case of power cuts just carry a torch with your luggage!

Autumn and winter in Artemisia/Nedousa

As the temperatures drop, also do the tourist numbers, and the early Autumn is a very pleasant time to visit Artemisia/Nedousa. Sightseeing becomes more comfortable as the heat becomes less oppressive, so October, November and forward are good times of the year to to explore the mountains. On winter you will see snow for sure and plenty of intensive cold days, so you will need some warm clothing packed in your stuff! During the Winter, there are fewer international flights to Kalamata, but it is always possible to fly in to Athens and take the transport through the beautiful newly created highway and inside the graphic villages along the way.

Location

Artemisia

It is situated in the west part of the Taygetos mountain on the GR-82 road (Pylos – Kalamata – Sparta) between Kalamata and Sparta. It is 1.5 km southwest of Alagonia and 23 km northeast of Kalamata city. Following the road from Kalamata to Sparta will be easy to get there, you can also ask the friendly locals you will find there for directions in case you get lost.

Nedousa

It is located in the northern area of ​​the Nedon river and is built to the left and right of Nedousa’s stream. It is found about five kilometers after the Byzantine road of Kalamata – Sparta, at an altitude of 701 meters. The original location of the settlement was different from what it is nowadays. Specifically, it was above where it’s built nowadays at the immersed location close to Agia Varvara’s chapel. This is acknowledged from the ancient ruined buildings, in addition to other objects found there. Most likely the residents because of the landslides were forced to leave this position and settle in the present position. Some families, however, left this area and settled in the place that’s today’s village of Piges and created the settlement of Mikri Anastasova.

How to get here

Driving: You’ll be able to drive from Athens to Artemisia/Nedousa in about three hours twenty minutes on the National Road. Its not a bad drive and you will pass some attention-grabbing countryside. After all it’s a lot more interesting for the passenger than it’s for the driver who should keep his eye on the road in order to be alert for all the crazy things Greek drivers do. However even that may be amusing and if you’re a good driver you will not have any issues.               Rent a Car

By bus: Coach services are operated by KTEL between Athens, Kalamata.
The trip lasts three hours to Kalamata. Ticket value is thirty five euros one-way and fifty five euros round-trip ticket.
You don’t have to pre-book for a price ticket. You’ll pay at the terminal, before bus departure or on the bus. If you’re there half an hour before departure you must find a seat. Find a Bus

By taxi: You’ll be able to rent or hire a taxi transfer from Athens directly to Artemisia/Nedousa through the contact form and also you can arrange the price with the driver! This can be a simple solution if you don’t wish to drive all the way by yourself! Taxi Transfer

Useful phones
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For any emergency situation call First Telephone Numbers.

During your stay here are some useful phone numbers you might need.
(If you are dialing from your mobile then put the +30 prefix and after the number you see bellow)
First Telephone Numbers
Direct Police Action 100
National Emergency Assistance Center (EACS) 166
Fire Service 199
Direct Coast Guard Intervention 108
Drug Enforcement Service 109
Tourist Police 171
Antiterrorism 170
Fire Fighting Center 191
Poison Center 210 7793777
Life Line – SOS 175
Useful Phone Numbers
Hospital of Kalamata 27210 46000
IKA of Kalamata 27210 45500
Police Directorate of Messinia 27210 44600
Port Authority of Kalamata: 27210 22218
Municipality of Kalamata 27210 22651-28000
Regional Unit of Messinia (Call Center) 27213-61200
Roadside assistance
ΕΛ.Π.Α. 10400
EXPRESS SERVICE 1154
HELLAS SERVICE 1057
INTERAMERICAN 1168
Moreas SA Sos 1025, 2710 562020
KTEL of Kalamata
Ticket Information and Ticketing 27210 28581
Parcel Warehouse 27210 26428
AIRPORT of Kalamata: 27210 69442
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