Best Places to Eat in Alimia

Best Places to eat in Alimia

The small island of Alimia (also known as Alimnia) is a popular stop for travellers coming to Halki from Rhodes. The island is surrounded by two natural bays and is a great spot to spend your holidays in a quiet atmosphere.

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1. Agios Georgios Restaurant

Agios Georgios Restaurant is a great place to take your family for a delicious meal. It is located close to Church of Agios Georgios and has a very nice atmosphere. You can order tasty doner kebabs, souvlakia and pasta. You can also try some delicious wine at this place. This restaurant has a very good Google rating.

This restaurant is located in a quiet area and it offers great sea view from the terrace. You can enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner with a beautiful view. The menu is varied and includes different dishes from Greek and international cuisines. The service is excellent and the prices are very reasonable.

You will find this place very close to the beach of Agios Georgios and it is a real hidden gem. It is a traditional Greek taverna and it is worth the walk there. The food is fresh and the portions are big. They also have a great selection of cocktails and wines. The staff is very friendly and helpful.

You can enjoy a delicious meal at this restaurant that has a lovely ambience and amazing view of the bay. The food is fresh and the price is really affordable. It is located near the beach of Agios Georgios, so you can go there after a swim in the sea.

2. Douskos Restaurant

Douskos is a family run restaurant just a few steps from the port that has great food and service. You can sit outside on a beautiful street that’s covered by vines, or inside in the light and airy room with large windows. The menu is full of traditional Greek dishes like dolmades, roasted aubergine and grilled kebabs. The highlight is the kleftiko, lamb that’s slow-cooked until it falls apart, but you need to get there early to be sure to bag one. The prices are reasonable – main courses cost around EUR12 and the wine by the carafe is good value.

You can also try Paradosiako, a slightly more modern restaurant on the shore at Vlichos with excellent seafood. It’s a short walk or water taxi ride from the town and has an extensive menu of ouzo-friendly mezedes, plus larger plates of squid lightly charred, shrimp cooked in their secret recipe tomato sauce and fresh fish straight from the harbour.

Kodylenia’s on the waterfront is another good choice, but if you want a more intimate setting try Geitoniko (formerly Manolis and Christina’s). It was once a Leonard Cohen hangout but choosing a place because someone famous ate there 40 years ago can be risky. This taverna has lovely views of the harbour and you can dine on oven cooked dishes and grilled meats while being entertained by local men playing live bouzouki or accordion.

Alternatively, for something a bit different check out Il Casta, which is set down an alleyway inland from the port and has a secluded courtyard. It’s an Italian restaurant serving Neopolitan cuisine, with pasta dishes from EUR21 and a decent range of wines by the glass.

3. Agios Georgios Beach Bar & Restaurant

The most beautiful beach of Naxos, this stunning sandy beach is a must-visit for everyone. It is located close to the picturesque town of Naxos Chora, and its crystal clear turquoise waters and bright white sand make it perfect for a day of relaxation. It is also ideal for swimming and snorkeling. It is a popular choice amongst young travelers, couples and families.

The food here is absolutely amazing, the best in all of Naxos in my opinion. I especially recommend the cheese selection, the rabbit and the stuffed sardines. The prices are also really reasonable for the quality of the food and service. The only downside is that it can be quite crowded during the peak season.

Located in the same area as Axiotissa, this restaurant is another must-visit for anyone visiting Naxos. The menu is similar to that of Axiotissa, but the food here is even better. You can try a wide range of dishes, from the traditional Greek plates to the seafood dishes. The service is great, and the staff here are incredibly helpful. The restaurant is also open late at night, making it a great option for those who want to enjoy a nice meal after a long day on the beach.

A few doors down from Seaside Santorini, this gorgeous beach club and restaurant is the place to be if you want to relax in style. The vibe is super chic, with comfortable sun beds and tasteful umbrellas. The restaurant serves a delicious menu of Mediterranean cuisine, and the music is perfect for relaxing by the water. It is a fantastic spot to spend a few blissful hours, sipping cocktails and enjoying the stunning views of the ocean.

4. The Beach Bar

This beach bar is the kind of place that knows how to do vacay vibes right. Located over a charming marina on Shelter Island, this family-friendly restaurant and bar is all about summertime drinks and food. The menu features everything from smokin’ pig roasts and fresh berry cobbler to Jersey clam bake entrees, deep-fried mac and cheese, cornbread, and of course plenty of dreamy cocktails.

Locals gravitate to this bay-front bar for barbecue with a side of ocean breeze. Sit at a colorful picnic table and savor the scene—depending on the night, you might find yourself watching an intense Bingo match or hermit crab race. The drink menu is just as expansive, with a wide variety of beer and wine on tap.

On weekends, the scene here is a bit livelier, with groups renting boats and taking to the water for a spot of sailing. But during the week, this beach bar reverts to its placid, nonchalant charm. Indulge in a rum bucket and some traditional bar favorites like fried pickles, beer cheese dip, and wings that could easily win awards of their own.

The prices at this beach bar are a bit higher than you might expect for a neighborhood joint, but it’s worth the extra expense to get the full experience. Grab a table and order one of their classic cocktails, or settle in with a pitcher of sangria and enjoy the sun, sand, and waves on your own private beach.

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5. The Beach Bar & Restaurant

This beach on Iraklia is sheltered and shallow and is easily accessible by a boat departing from Agios Georgios. A lovely sand beach, with crystal clear water, it is a wonderful spot for swimming and relaxing.

Its aristocratic clientele of former presidents, pirates and Wall Street bigwigs may draw you to this bar-restaurant’s rum punch and reggae soundtrack, but there is more here than the sand between your toes and a cocktail glass in your hand. The affable owner, Bankie Banx, speaks in musical lyrics and can teach you all about yachting (but only if you ask), politics, philosophy and the ingredients for the perfect rum punch.

The menu is a delicious mixture of Greek and international cuisine with something for everyone. Try the fresh seafood, juicy burgers and flavorful salads or sample some of their signature cocktails. Make sure to visit during happy hour – you won’t regret it!