Koroni is a small town at the southern end of the Messinian Bay. It is built amphitheatrically, with picturesque houses, its waterfront and imposing castle on the edge of the peninsula. Koroni has been important since the Byzantine times, but it was fortified by the Venetians in the 13th century and along with Methoni were two of the most important centers of Venice in the eastern Mediterranean. Inside the small town, which preserves intact its historical identity, you will walk on the cobbled steps and admire the sights: the manor of chieftain Karapavlos, the traditional central square, the Cathedral of Saint Demetrius, which was built in 1864, and the imposing clock of 1909. Around the square is everything: shops, public services, banks, bakeries, etc. From the left of the square you will head to the picturesque port of Koroni, with the old manors, cafes and taverns.