Costa Navarinoa regulated area in the Mediterranean Sea, located in the Greek region of Messinia, in the southwest of the Peloponnese, causes Navarino Agora. This new sustainable market and incubator for arts and culture will enrich the Messianic experience for anyone who visits or lives in the area. A modern take on the ancient concept of the agora, it is located on the seafront at Navarino Waterfront and will open on the 1st. July.
Navarino Agora will welcome all the guests and owners of the Costa Navarino, as well as the locals and tourists of Messinia, in a fun, multicultural place where tradition meets modernity. The new market will feature hand-picked products, restaurants and street food, open-air cinema, VR entertainment, along with a rich program of events that include music and dance, art and book exhibitions, antiques bazaar and more, introducing visitors to both of them. events in the community are of all kinds.
Through more than 20 stores, visitors will find a wide range of luxury and handmade clothing, shoes and beachwear, accessories, jewelry, cosmetics, beauty and health, books and home goods, as well as beauty and travel, and places. archives.
A diverse partnership that combines the culture of Costa Navarino and a wealth of experience-based wisdom, will enrich the offering at the Navarino Agora.
As part of the collaboration between the world-famous Kalamata Dance Festival and the Captain Vassilis and Carmen Constantakopoulos Foundation, Navarino Agora will host two performances in July. In the same month, other events aimed at showing the local culture will be held in collaboration with the Foundation, starting with music inspired by Ancient Messinia, while the first edition of the bazaar will also take place.
In the month of August, the first edition of the bazaar will take place, where a classical music concert, part of the “International Kalamata Music Days” festival, will welcome visitors.
Through a strategic partnership with the Athens School of Fine Arts, students will present their works at the “Art Market” that will take place in September. In the same month, the opening cinema will receive the program “Oxbelly Nights” in collaboration with Danaos Cinema and the famous Greek Oxbelly, founded by the producer Christos V. Konstantakopoulos, offering the opportunity to enjoy the art on the big screen and discuss the film with the available talent.
In a welcoming environment where art flourishes, Navarino Agora will also host art, storytelling and folklore, as well as regular performances of music and dance in collaboration with local cultural institutions.
Combined with a variety of food, from Mediterranean and fusion cuisine to street restaurants and Greek, Middle Eastern and seafood, along with ice cream, wine and drinks, guests will benefit from a wide selection of offers. The front of gastronomy is also expanded through olive oil tasting sessions, making students aware of its characteristics and subtleties. In addition, the Navarino Agora will host local cheeses and wines, an open market with fruits and vegetables, and a wine festival in October.