Strefi is a beautiful village in the municipality of Messini, is situated at an altitude of 225 meters and it is 27 kilometers away from the city of Kalamata. The name “Firostefani” (Fira + Stefani, meaning crown in Greek) derives from its position on the highest part of Fira. However apart from this two well known destinations, is there anymore White Villages in Greece? The lower slopes of the Acropolis just above the Plaka were settled by craftsmen from the island of Anafi who came to Athens in the mid–19th century to work on the new buildings transforming the capital; they …

Firostefani village Although Firostefani village is considered a separate settlement, it is actually an extension of Fira, the capital of Santorini. Strefi. About 550 residents live in neighborhoods of the village. Answer 1 of 11: Hello, I guess the World has this image of Santorini and Crete as White villages. Greek Muslims, and those outside Greece who are Greek-speaking or ethnic Greek; Places whose official names include a Greek form. Greek Jews, including Romaniotes and exiled Sephardim; Greco-Buddhism; Christianity until the Great Schism, and afterwards the Eastern Orthodox Church, Eastern Rite, etc. In the mainland of instance? Meander into Anafiotika: The most charming neighborhood in Athens is not posh or trendy.

Charming, overused as the word is, really does apply here.
Thanks Best Town and Village Adventures in Greece. Strefi is surrounded by the river Velikas, which is united with another small river of the region and they flow into the beach of Velikas.