Houses 7th-century-BC artefacts from both Halkida and nearby Eretria, including a headless torso of Apollo. Other remarkable finds from this former powerhouse city include a Hellenistic-era beak-mouthed jug and two …
Nestled in a handsome waterfront neoclassical building, this smart tapas bar features Greek wines, tasty small plates and snappy service.
Perched on the western waterfront overlooking the narrowest point of the Evripos Channel, Vrahos is great for fresh fish, including grilled octopus, and sunset mezedhes (appetisers).
Halkida's 19th-century grandeur just about endures at waterfront Kokkino Spiti. Carved into the rock, it became headquarters for the occupying Germans in WWII.
You can’t get any closer to the channel or the drawbridge than at this ultramodern bar, serving coffees in the morning through to dry Martinis at night.