Suspended on the side of Taigetos Mountain, 5 km on the West side of the town of Sparta, the dead city of Mystras casts a silent gaze over the waters of Evrotas river. Once upon a time, it was the capital of Byzantine and Medieval Mystras.
The entire region is protected by a powerful fort built at the top of the hill by William II of Villehardouin in 1249, which was built in the attempt of the Franks to establish their supremacy over the Peloponnese.
It is considered the most beautiful castle of Peloponnese, as it is characteristically referred in the Chronicle of Morias.
This small luxury hotel, built in 1850 as the center of society, stands proudly under the ragged shadow of Mount Taygetos.
The imposing mansion has been transformed into a stately guesthouse, in trying to preserve and reveal its seductive beauty and calming magnetism with absolute respect to the nature and history of the region.
Every room is a distinct, impressive stage design. Luxury, comfort and snugness all coexist in total harmony in every single corner of the Pyrgos Of Mystras. The precious...