Discover the best top things to do in Petra, Greece including Panagia Glykofilousa, Molly's Bar, Steve's Music Bar, Healing Springs of Lesvos: Eftalou, Moni Limonos, The Commander of Lesvos Monastery, Lesvos Taxi Service, Molivos Castle, Jalouse Beach Bar, Vareltzidaina's House.
Restaurants in Petra
4.5 based on 168 reviews
We intended to visit Panagia Glykofilousa when we visited Petra, but what we didn't expect was how peaceful and tranquil the church is.
We climbed the famous steps (114) to the top and found an absolute gem of a church in its own right. It is serene and peaceful and beautifully decorated with some much older icons in some parts.
As a photo vantage point in Petra it also can be beaten .
5 based on 138 reviews
At the entrance to Molyvos Harbour, we serve all drinks, beers, cocktails, juices, coffees, etc. Our music/videoclip selection is legendary - from Frank, Ella, the Stones, to Muse, Coldplay & Lady G!! Our customers are all ages - couples, singles; and all nationalities (UK, Holland, Mainland Greece, etc), including lots of local people. Prices are low, measures are generous. Plenty of inside Seating and our long balcony offers beautiful direct sea views!!!
Visited whilst staying in nearby Petra. Great atmosphere, friendly staff and amazing cocktails. Not expensive and great evening atmosphere. Recommend a visit on your visit.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
When you find Sarandos and the Omega bar, ( two of the best restaurants on Anexos,). with the Omega bar on your right, walk about 80yds and turn right, 40 yds on your left is Steves Bar. The best collection of music I have ever heard in years. Very clean with large cheap measures.Steve is a great host and the bar is quaint and spotless. Of all the places to go in Anaxos, don't miss this one. Closes between 11 and midnight depending on business. Opens about 5ish. I promise that you'll make it an evening event for the remainder of your hols, and talk about it for weeks after your holiday has finished. Hope 2017 is good for him. Great memories.
4 based on 237 reviews
Lovely experience . Our 2 nd visit there and loved it . The proprietor could possibly have been a little bit more clearer with her instructions . We were fine but I did notice people staying in for prolonged periods
4.5 based on 67 reviews
little bit northwest of Kalloni there is this huge monastry, with a lot of small chapels outside. Inside there is a totally different world, There are lots or various trees in the yard which I guess were brought there throughout the years and centuries.
Wonderful paintings and all in all a good location to be.
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Incomparable atmosphere! It makes you feel close to God. Very introspective location, the Archangel Michael is considered the Protector of Lesvos: ask about the story of the metallic shoes (similar to the story of Talos in Crete), and the Holy Icon's story (very touching). The fighter nearby the entrance has a rationale: The Archangel is the Hellenic Airforce's protector.
5 based on 28 reviews
We've used this company when we visited the island in May/June 2016.We have been safely driven from and to the airport. Excellent and professional service,on time and most importantly - drivers were very friendly and polite! Do not hesitate to use this company, highly recommended!
4 based on 593 reviews
Lovely castle to explore giving spectacular views. Better to walk up top through the shopping alleyways in the morning before the heat kicks in.
3 based on 10 reviews
This bar on appearance is smart and stylish however it is geared only for the local youths who frequent it for a few hours and make a nuisance of themselves with the revving of bikes and constant backwards and forwards of traffic in this narrow stretch of seafront.
The music is loud and relentless causing a disturbance to the nearby restaurants and accommodation. This bar is also now offering apartments to rent but if you are considering staying here you will only manage to get any peace outside of bar hours so would advice families to avoid.
This bar is out of place in this quiet holiday resort and is not geared towards tourist more for the local teenagers as a drop in centre and where the owners are attempting to turn Anaxos into Kavos.
4 based on 44 reviews
This is a 17th century Turkish merchant's house, recently renovated and now open to the public. Petra's #2 sight after the church
This old merchants house was worth a visit to get a glimpse of a bye gone era. Entry was just a couple of euros and there was plenty of information available to help you understand what you were looking at.
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