Built on a very quiet location, just above the sea with views of the Messinian bay.
Katafigi village is an ideal resort for families and travelers who seek a relaxing holiday.
The complex consist of 4 traditionally built stone houses equipped with:
A small path leads to a rocky beach 50 meters away from the complex.
(Greek: Άγιος Νικόλαος, Saint Nicholas) is a fishing village in the Mani Peninsula in southern Greece; it is popular with holidaymakers. The village, known to English-speaking tourists as "Ag Nik," lies about 30 kilometres (19 mi) south-east of Kalamata, on the eastern shore of the Messenian Gulf, and about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of Stoupa, a larger tourist village. It is part of the municipal unit of West Mani in Messenia.
Just 50m from the Complex you will find Cave Katafigi. This cave has been known to the locals since the 1900s. During the civil war it was used as a shelter by the rebels but its history seems to begin ages before that time. Bones and fossils have been found inside, that link the cave to times well before the age of written history. Old legends speak of a cave that reaches the outskirts of Sparta. Today, the cave has been explored and charted in most of its part through several campaigns, and its end it believed to have been found. However, certain branches remain unexplored to this day.