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The article says: "Today a narrow and winding road extends down the west coast from Kalamata to Areopoli, but on the east coast there is no substantial road south of Gytheio.".
I think that this is missleading. While there is no paved road from Gytheio to Koroni, there is a fine (if narrow and twisting) paved road from Areopolis across the penninsula to Koroni, down the east coast, and back up the west coast back up to Areopolis. [I know, I've driven it.] So most of the east coast has at least a paved road. Possibly this is an issue of what "substantial" means? [Given that area, I'd personally think "paved" qualifies as substantial.] Nahaj 00:50, 22 May 2006 (UTC)
I think that this article should be merged with Mani Peninsular. All the information should be put under the history section of the Mani Peninsular article.