Efficient and attractive shop with a range of mastic-based products such as lotions, toothpaste, soaps and condiments. Ask for a sample of pure mastic to chew.
Check out the old sewing machines at this friendly little leather and accessories shop. In his spare time, owner Kiriakos teaches kung fu to the village kids.
Despina Iossifelli makes both the handmade ceramics and jewellery at this bright and inviting waterfront gift shop.
Well-stocked bookstore. Multilingual owner Pandelis has a bit of everything, good maps included.
On the road out of Armenistis toward Nas, this attractive shop and studio is named for the kedroi, or cedar tree. Lots of handmade ceramics, fired on the premises by Stavros and Kristina.
Inviting shop on the main street with nicely packaged fresh herbs (thyme, lavender, oregano and the unique throubi), along with honey, cheese, oils, balms and salves, all from Fourni.
The shop of the Agricultural Co-op of Mandamados sells numerous natural products from local farmers, such as the unique hard cheese, ladotyri, made from sheep’s milk.
Intimate hole-in-the-wall with unusual ceramic jewellery made by local artisans who run the shop. Near the Yeni Tzami mosque.
Next to Paradosiaka Bougatsa Mytilinis, this shop sells traditional products such as Greek sweets, with unusual varieties involving watermelon, olive and nuts.
Artist and master ceramicist Nikos Balatsos runs this rambling and delightful studio on the road just outside the main wall of the village.