Stoupa is a village on the coast of the southern Peloponnese peninsula in Greece. It is part of the municipal unit of West Mani, in Messenia and the historic region of Mani Peninsula.
Once a sleepy little town, in the past few years more and more tourists have discovered Stoupa. There are about 20 restaurants lining the road along the beach, a few small hotels, and many rental houses. Besides Greek tourists, who come mostly in August, British and German tourists are the most frequent visitors. There are a few Dutch, Italian, and French tourists. There is only one flight a week into Kalamata, the local airport, from Holland. Aegean Airlines has begun to operate flights from Athens to Kalamata, and has recently added a Thessaloniki-Kalamata flight. In the summer season, many charter carriers operate flights to Kalamata bringing package tours