Best souvlakia and gyros (meat slithers cooked on a vertical rotisserie, eaten with pitta bread) at the port. Look for the umbrellas; it's next to Taverna Klimataria.
The hip Frikaria Music Festival attracts music freaks and free spirits alike to various locations. The three-day event, held in late July or early August, features Greek rock bands and DJ sets. Programs are availabl…
On the waterfront facing the square, this busy and traditional eatery serves tasty grills and several very good mayirefta (ready-cooked meals) and fresh fish (fairly priced by the kilo). Open year-round.
This tasty eatery 30m from the square, up the first alleyway, offers Agios Kirykos’ best-value meals, including tasty grills, salads and excellent pizza.
This traditional annual event in Agios Kirykos, organised by local chess aficionado Kosmas Kefalos, draws chess players of all types from around Europe and beyond. The tournament celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2…
One of several decent waterfront cafes, Kazino occupies an 1850s-era building and serves coffee and fresh juices, made-to-order chocolate milkshakes and fresh tyropita (cheese pie), all managed by the philosophical …
An inviting backstreet taverna, behind the National Bank, with a lovely shaded courtyard. Strong on grilled meats and pastitsio (layers of buttery macaroni and seasoned minced lamb) with generous salads.
A convivial little cafe-cum-bar with some tables in a romantic bougainvillea-filled lane behind the National Bank. In addition to coffee and alcohol, it serves great desserts and breakfasts.
If you want your lunch to be quick – something most tavernas can't guarantee – head to this veritable gyros place at the southern end of the seafront.
Snappy bar at Hotel Akti, with sturdy mixed drinks and decent snacks. At night you can see the twinkling lights of Fourni on the horizon.