Tripi: West of Sparti, in an altitude of 840m, amphitheatrically built lies Tripi, named(means hole) because it was thought to be a passage to Messinia. Visitors will drink cold water from the crystal sources of Karvasaras and Vasilo-neri, they will admire the byzantine churches of Agioi Theodori and the abandoned monastery of Saint-John.There is an environmental museumin Tripi. At the exodos of the village you will find the cave-precipise of Keadas, which is 50m long and according to the records Spartians threw their enemies and their convicts in there. Human bones have been found in Keadas and this verifies the records. Visit the gorge of Lagada and the tunnel between Kalamata and Sparti, built during the 19th century so as the two towns to communicate.