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Elevation icon | HotelGyms.comElevation195 m (640 feet)
The 200-year old Arapakis Historic Castle is set in one of the most characteristic fortresses of Mani. After its careful restoration, the hotel offers self-contained apartments, surrounded by a lush-green olive grove and a fitness centre. Free WiFi is available throughout. Each of the rustic-style apartments has a large kitchen/living area with stone-built walls and terracotta tiled floors. The bedroom comes with an elegant bed, work desk and balcony or terrace with views to the towers. Some have a fireplace. Guests have the option of breakfast buffet with homemade jams, local honey and fresh fruit. The Arapakis Historic Castle is located at the hub of your excursions in Mani, 4 km from Areopolis, 1.5 km from the beautiful beach at Diros, and 10 km from Limeni beach. Diros Caves are 5 km away. Horse riding facilities are within 500 metres. The hotel offers a spacious parking area.
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