One of the most beautiful beaches in Greece is located in the south-western side of Peloponnese, close to Pylos. The Voidokoilia Beach , that looks like the Greek letter omega (Ω), takes its name from its shape that looks like the belly of an ox (βόδι – vodi =ox, κοιλιά – kilia=belly).
Protected by the Natura 2000 Program, the landscape offers you unique moments.Crystal clear water and white sandy beach in a unique scenery, make Voidokilia beach the ideal spot to relax and enjoy the beauty of the nature.
Just above the beach and the sandy dunes, is the Castle of the Ancient Pylos, the Nestor’s Cave and the tomb of Thrasymedes, Nestor’s son. This is considered to be the area where King Nestor welcomed and hosted Telemachus, during his trip to Pylos in Homer’s Odyssey.