If you are a fan of fish and seafood, Akrogiali ("sea shore" in Greek) is certainly a place you'll visit more than once.
The Akrogiali Taverna
It's very easy to find it, just keep an eye for the name of the restaurant painted in bright red on a wall adjacent to the road.
Every day the restaurant buys fresh fish and seafood from the local fishermen. The owner will be happy to serve you a good variety of fish, among them anchovies, sea breams, mullets and the lesser known sargos or murmura.
The prices vary between 25 and 45 €/kg. Lobster is the most expensive seafood (at 50 €/kg), but you can also try the mussels, the squids, the shrimps or the tender octopus, cooked in various ways with prices ranging between 6 and 10€ per plate.
That one friend that doesn't like fish can always choose something from the rich appetizer selection (3.5-4€ per portion) or one of the classic main dishes like chicken/pig roast, lamb chops, burgers or sausages (6-6.5€ per portion).
Plan your day so that you will get to Akrogiali in the afternoon, just before the sun starts to go down. A good meal together with a glass of wine or ouzo and the burning sunset on the horizon will make for an unforgettable memory.
Before you take your leave go for a short walk on the beach and bask in the last rays of colored light.
Phone: (+30) 255 109 5123 (Georgios Sarantos)