The natural harbor of Porto Cayo and the last harbor of eastern Mani as we descend to Cape Tainaro, which in ancient times was called Psamathous, was also the base of Lambros Katsonis at the end of the 18th century.

In Porto Cayo, remnants of graves and inscriptions were found, while its name was taken from the name given to the bay by the Venetians: Porto delle Quaglia, meaning “Port of the Quail”.

The stories of pirates and seafarers who hung in the harbor to rest and buy the necessary before they leave for new adventures transport you to the old times.

It shows its most characteristic beauties, such as crystal clear blue waters in the background of the stunning and majestic lines of Mani, the imposing Cape Tainaro and the meeting point of Messinia and Laconia.

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