Green hillsides and golden sands
Costa Navarino offers beautiful beaches, fascinating ruins and rolling green hillsides. This little resort is growing in popularity due to its excellent amenities and fantastic position on the west coast of Greece’s Peloponnese region. It’s perfect for both couples and families wanting to immerse themselves in the culture of the country with lively tavernas, restaurants, bars, and shops dotted throughout.
Most holidays in Costa Navarino are spent on the soft golden sands of the beach. It’s backed by restaurants where you can order refreshing drinks and a delicious range of seafood. Active visitors will enjoy the watersports available in the bay, with sailing, kayaking, banana boat rides, and lots more on offer.
Costa Navarino is quickly becoming a popular spot for luxury holidays. Its position on the coast makes it ideal for beach lovers and those who simply want to relax and go for a snorkel. Spend your days in an upmarket 5-star hotel, relaxing by the swimming pool or in the spa, or enjoy the famous Greek cuisine and hospitality on offer in the town’s restaurants and tavernas.
There are plenty of activities and places to explore too, be it spending your time playing golf on the 18-hole golf courses, or exploring Nestor's Palace – as well as other ancient ruins, four of which are registered UNESCO sites.
When you book your luxury holiday in Costa Navarino with Sovereign, you can relax as you know you're in safe hands. We’ll get to know you before recommending one of our tried and tested hotels. Choose The Westin Resort and take in the beautiful views over the golf course below as you enjoy excellent cuisine, two swimming pools, and a spa. The Kids’ Clubs, watersports, and tennis academy make this the perfect hotel for families travelling with energetic children.
The flight to the Peloponnese is around 3 hours 30 minutes from the UK.
Transfer time from Kalamata airport to Costa Navarino is approximately 35 minutes.
Early summer is a good time to visit the Peloponnese, with warm temperatures in the early to mid-20s that keep things comfortable for sightseeing. July and August is when the heat really kicks in, often climbing into the 30s. Like most of mainland Greece, the holiday season is a long one with plenty of sunshine between May and October.
Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Greece.
In Greece, a service charge will be included in the bill at restaurants and bars. Much like the UK, an additional tip is not required, although is appreciated for particularly good service. It is common to round off the amount when paying cash, particularly with wait staff and taxi drivers.
The official language of Greece is Greek. English is widely spoken, too, so getting by is easy.