Flights introduce new part of Greece to Danes

Tourists lured to “breath-taking sun-drenched, lush landscape”
Costa Navarino, described as a “prime, sustainable destination” in Messinia, southwest Peloponnese, welcomes Danish guests this year with two direct Monday flights from Copenhagen and Billund. The Aegean Airlines flights will land at Kalamata Airport.
Beginning May 16 and lasting until October, the flights will enable the destination and two resorts, the Westin Resort Costa Navarino and Romanos, A luxury Collection Resort, to lure greater numbers of Danish tourists.
The two resorts feature landscape gardens, infinity pools, grounds with indigenous trees and plant, two 18-hole golf courses, restaurants and a spa.
Messinia is “one of the most historical regions of the Mediterranean harbouring a history of 4,500 years, with palaces and vaulted tombs from the Mycenaean era, classical temples, Byzantine churches and medieval castles, all set in a breath-taking sun-drenched, lush landscape”, the destination marketing says.
TTG Nordic