The village of Konstantini is a traditional stone-built village built on a mountain slope. Konstantini is known for the two ancient slabs found in the 1880s at the site of "Kamares" southeast of the village, near the settlement of Polichni, on which all the ritual of the Mysteries of Andania was recorded. These plates date back to the end of the 1st century BC. and today are built in the walls, to the right and left, of the entrance of the church of Saints Constantine and Helen at Konstantini. These plates contain 27 paragraphs - articles giving instructions and services to each person responsible for his or her duties during the ceremonies, which lasted a total of nine days.
Today there are about 90 people living in Konstantini. However, for the village, the Konstantini Association based in Athens with over a thousand members has been established since 1961. The Association has been continuously publishing a magazine that highlights the life of the village since 1988.
Konstantini is approximately 37 km from the capital of the Prefecture, Kalamata, and 9 km from Meligalas.