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Nestled in a handsome waterfront neoclassical building, this smart tapas bar features Greek wines, tasty small plates and snappy service.
Houses 7th-century-BC artefacts from both Halkida and nearby Eretria, including a headless torso of Apollo. Other remarkable finds include a Hellenistic-era beak-mouthed jug and two golden wreaths.
You can’t get any closer to the channel or the drawbridge than at this ultramodern bar.
Halkida's 19th-century grandeur endures at waterfront Kokkino Spiti (Red House). Carved into the rock, it became headquarters for the occupying Germans in WWII.
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