the only Artesian
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Andania Water
Where does it come from?
It all begins from the cloud that waters the
Mountainous formations of Lykaion and Nomia Mountains. From a journey of thousands years the water penetrates the limestone rocks and is trapped in the underground aquifer of Upper Messinia.
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Andania Water
The route of water in the substrate

The clay layer that encloses the underground aquifer is waterproof and it completely shields it from surface water. Due to the hydrostatic pressure, the water gushes naturally through the artesian well and then it gets bottled pure in the most modern facilities, 40 meters near the source.

limestone layer metres
waterproof clay layer metres
Underground aquifer
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    Underground aquifer

Nature’s Elements
which provides us with the Artesian water

1. Clouds

They water our land perpetually and generously with rain and snow


2. Earth

The pristine Arcadian mountains will welcome the water in their rivers and substrate


3. Substrate

Through a journey of hundreds of years and meters, the water will penetrate the strata of the earth and will be led to our underground aquifer


4. Aquifer

It will naturally gush from the artesian aquifer and will be bottled in its purest form

Andania Water

How does it get bottled ?

The Andania water is bottled in the most modern facilities in Diavolitsi of Messinia. From the underground aquifer to the final bottling the tubings are stainless steel and the facilities are fully compliant with the modern requirements of the food industry. The bottling plant is certified with ISO 22000:2005 and ISO:9001:2015 with respect towards Nature covering its energy needs by the photovoltaic system that is installed and stationed in the factory area.

Artesian Water
What makes the Artesian Water unique?
Its deep underground aquifer and the entrapped watertight rocks make Artesian water free of contaminants, harmful chemicals and radioactive elements that are often found in surface waters.
  • it is rich in calcium which contributes to healthy teeth and bones
  • it is rich in electrolytes which regulate regulate the distribution of water in the body and contribute to neuromuscular stimulation
  • contains silicon that contributes to the anti-aging effect
A water with history
Andania was the first capital of Messinia and a significant city until the classical period, being at the same time the birthplace of the legendary hero of the Messinian Wars, Aristomenis. In the 2nd century AD. Pausanias the geographer encounters only ruins of the city and mentions a famous water spring in the area. As a toponym, survives to this day and its location is determined very close to our Water source. Additionally, etymologically, Andania means ” the one that is liked (ανδάνω = I am liked fροm someone)”, which is perfectly suitable as a name for our water and its quality.
Andania and its famous water springs.
Pausanias during his tour in Messinia passes through the “Stenykliriko Pedio”, in the central point of which our artesian spring is today. He refers to a spring that gushes water («ύδωρ δε άνεισι εκ πηγής») in the Karnasion grove and a little further on the road towards Kyparissia, he reports a second water source, which he names “Achaia”. The water wealth of Messinia is also testified by an oracle that described Messinia as “tamed by thunder and rain”
News and information

Andania water facilities were certified for the special water mechanism (artesianism), which provide water with unique quality characteristics.

Ideal solution to save money and space.

Andania Water innovates and presents a unique package for the Greek market with an advanced Sports Cup cap.

Andania water family is growing! The production of the new 1lt square bottle container has entered dynamically.

Which comes out like a jet from the earth to be bottled at the company’s premises in Diavolitsi Messinia.

Andania, kedni ( =glorified) as it is mentioned in an epigram, was the first capital of Messinia, established by the mythical King Polykaon.