Laconia (Λακωνία) could be characterized as your sixth sense; the sense that combines a blessed land along with a reach history, the sea, the mountains and beauty. The sixth sense is that of heaven and belongs to the area of Laconia. Laconia is the southernmost prefecture of Peloponnesus and mainland of Greece. It is surrounded by the Aegean Sea (Sea Myrtoo) the Messinian bay and the bay of Laconia. It has two main mountain ranges; Taygetos which is the highest peak in the Peloponnese (2,407 meters height) and Parnon (1961 meters height). Among them, there exists Eurotas valley, and the prefecture's capital, Sparta. It is bordered to the north with the prefecture of Arcadia, and west to Messinia. Elafonissos is the prefecture’s only inhabited island.
The population of Laconia reaches 100,000 people, much of which "donors" to the rural economy. The Laconia Earth is well known for its agricultural products such as olive oil, oranges, mandarins, lemons, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, wine and honey. Some fascinating places that does worth to visit in the broader area of Laconia are the following; Sparta, Taigetos, Evrotas, Gythion, Mistras and Parnos. Each of the above, becomes a unique temple destination of natural beauty, culture and history too.