Nomitsi is built amphitheatrically on a hill with a view to the Messenian Gulf and stands out for its wild beauty.
Its name comes from the way people took decisions during the prime years of the ancient Thalamon.
Cobbled streets and alleys, traditional houses and remarkable byzantine churches and artistic springs ornated with sculptures welcome the visitors.
At the entrance of the village we find the bust of I. Psareas who was health subminister between 1956 and 1963.
During this period hospitals were built in this area for the first time.