Mani is the peninsula of Lakonia extending as far as Cape Teinaro. Its terrain impresses the visitor with its wild nature, steep mountains, inaccesible beaches and sparse vegitation. Its sites are superb. It is considered as an immense museum, as each corner of it reminds people of its past glory. Its inhabitants still preserve the pride of their ancestors. They relate themselves to the area's stony ground as the salt of the sea and the sun while their posture resembles that of historical figures, that have survived through the years.