Stoupa is a village on the southern coast of the Peloponnese, in Greece. It is part of the Neochori community within the West Mani Municipal Unit, Messenia, and the Mani Peninsula Historic Region.
When it came to a small dormant town, more and more tourists discovered Stoupa in the last few years.
There are about 20 restaurants along the street, a few hotels, and many rented houses. Apart from the Greek tourists, who come mostly during the summer, British and German tourists as well as tourists from Dutch, France, and Italy.
Stoupa is in Outer Mani, Greece. About four kilometers (2 mi) from Stoupa is the village of Agios Nikolaos (also called Selinitsa which means a small moon), a working village with a restaurant, and guest houses but attracts fewer tourists than Stoupa.
There are many best beaches and many coals in the area including Stoupa Beach which is a very popular place and at the end of the beach, there is a good beekeeping area for beginners. Kalogria Beach is above a hill, with its clear waters and rich marine life, a volleyball network, and a few bars and Cheap restaurants.
The rise of an underwater spring below 100 meters (330 ft) off the coast is one of the features of Kalogria beach. It can be viewed as a distraction of seawater.