The Karalis Beach hotel is open six months a year, from early April to late October. In modern and luxurious installations, the visitor passes relaxing moments while enjoying the services of the hotel, at all levels of wellbeing. With 14 newly renovated rooms, a roof cafe bar, and a relaxation area is the best choice for a memorable stay.
Karalis Beach is built in the most beautiful point of Pylos, literally by the sea, below the castle and in the forest. It offers to visitors a unique sense, where tranquility and romance dominate. From its balconies you can enjoy magnificent views of the bay of Navarino sitting nearly in the waves. With 14 rooms, recently renovated, a roof cafe bar and a lovely relaxation area, the Karalis Beach Hotel provides the ideal environment for relaxation and escapism.
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High Quality Services
The hotel offers a wide variety of services geared toward the fulfillment of the needs of any discerning customer.
A LAND WITH A STORY TO TELL
Built in the most beautiful point of Pylos
Two castles are built on the summits of the two hills at the ends of the Bay of Navarino, overlooking the town of Pylos: the older castle of Navarino, called Palaiokastron or Palaionavarinon and the more recent castle, called Niokastron. The latter was built in 1573 by the Turks, and in 1686 was given over to the Venetians. It again came under Turkish domination in 1715, along with the castle of Koroni and Palaionavarino. In 1816 it was captured by Ibrahim Pasha and remained under his control until 1828 when it was liberated by the French general Maison. During the Second World War it was used as the seat of the Italian and, later, the German headquarters. Large-scale restoration work has been carried out for many years. The restored hexagonal Fortress on the top of the hill houses the Museum and the Underwater Archaeological Research Centre.