Halikia Beach is Paleohora's pebble beach, on the eastern side of Paleohora's peninsula. It can occasionally be better protected from...
Museum of the Acritans of Europe
This little museum next to the town’s ornate church is dedicated to the border fighters and heroes of Europe’s medieval and Byzantine...
Pahia Ammos, often simply called Sandy Beach, lives up to its name. When the winds kick up it's good for windsurfing, and it's got the...
Nostos Club has an outdoor terrace bar and a small indoor club playing Greek and Western music.
Vakakis Family Bakery
Load up on fresh bread and sweet treats paired with hot or iced coffees.
This very old-school eatery (established in 1960), with a patio overlooking the protected pebble beach, is famous for serving fish caught by its owner – you are invited to see what’s on ice and weigh up what you want before ordering to verify the price. Offerings vary by the day, but the red mullet, red snapper and scorpion fish are all excellent seafood choices usually available, while the grills section (try the excellent soutsoukakia, meatballs in red sauce) will appease doubtful landlubbers.