Stoupa is a charming seaside village located in the Mani, a stunning region in the southern Peloponnese, the coast of Greece defined by travel connoisseurs as the New Côte d'Azur. Set dramatically against a backdrop of crystalline aqua-blue waters, majestic cypress trees, wild olive groves, verdant rolling hills and distant snowcapped mountains, it is the liveliest of villages that overlook the seas and sunsets of the Messinian Gulf. 3 hours and 45 minutes' drive from either the capital of Athens or the port of Patras, and just 40 km from the nearby city of Kalamata, it is one of the south Mediterranean's "coolest" and newest hotspots – also known as the "Laguna Beach of Lefktro": a small, laid-back and yet up-beat resort that boasts a bustling beachside promenade with a picturesque harbour and 2 of the best beaches in the Mani.
The village caters to many tastes. It is a favoured all-year-round haunt of families and companions, but also of voyagers who are into new and undiscovered European holiday destinations, as well as a cultural and social hub for foreigners from all corners of the globe who enjoy holiday homes in Municipality of Lefktro. This extended international community also includes artists, musicians, philosophers, scientists and writers. Visitors come for romantic week-end breaks, friendly get-togethers and memorable family/group vacations. Easy-going, enticing and warm, Stoupa is both an ideal place for holidays and a special retreat for long relaxing spells.