This monastery, near the village Adami, is one of the most picturesque monasteries you’ve ever visited. It was built in the early 17th century and operated as a male convent, till its abandonment in 1834. Its name comes from the place of origin of the monks (“Kalamioi”, from Kalamata of Messinia). Its most popular name, however, is “Panagia in Kalami”. In 1972 the monastery was reestablished and a community of nuns settled in.
A new edifice was built where the deserted cells used to be. Today, of all the buildings of the 17th century, remains the small temple of the Assumption of Mary. The place here exudes calm and serenity. The view from the Monastery’s balconies is unique, you feel like hanging from heaven’s balcony