Porto Rafti (Greek: Πόρτο Ράφτη), official name: Limin Markopoulou (Greek: Λιμήν Μαρκοπούλου), is a seaside resort town in East Attica, Greece. It is part of the municipality Markopoulo Mesogaias, and it is about 15–20 minutes by car from the International airport of Athens, Eleftherios Venizelos, and about 35–40 minutes from downtown Athens via the highway. In 2011, its population was 9,686. The region of Mesogaia is well known for its fine vineyards, figs, and pistachios. Currently, there are several modern wine-making facilities in the region.
Things to do in Porto Rafti
4 based on 41 reviews
Very nice food with very reasonable prices, excellent service and a wide selection of Greek traditional dishes.
Everything is very fresh from salads to meat and fish. You should try the marinara pasta or the steak if you prefer meat.
Tip. On Sunday afternoon there is a band playing and everyone is dancing on tables like crazy (from 18:00-23:00 on summer period)
4.5 based on 30 reviews
A sunny day sitting to eat right on the sea edge looking out over a pretty little bay with moored boats bobbing happily.
And the food was good. Lots of fresh fish choices.Try the crab salad and fresh calamari. Interesting wine list - with increasingly better quality greek wines. Prices were middle of the road - perhaps on the expensive side - but considering the location it's worth it.
Just after being shown to our table in the main restaurant area, we were not happy with the number of fellow customers who were smoking. (Why can't the Greeks operate a ban like the rest of Europe?). Immediately, the waiters found us an empty room upstairs where we could be free of the fumes. Perfect.
Good food, good service, great place.
4 based on 196 reviews
We really enjoyed our meal here and the service was very friendly. Mid-range prices and good quality food. Excellent view as well!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
4 based on 106 reviews
After our Saturday morning sport "adventures" in Porto Rafti area, we decided to have our lunch in this good looking tavern, located right on the beach. Our choice has proved its worth. Good food (broccoli salad, aubergine croquettes and grilled sole), service fast enough and reasonable price. I believe this tavern deserves to be revisited.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
After a day spent on the beach we craved some sea food. And since we only had some fruit for lunch we really had an appetite!
To korali is a typical Greek seafood tavern. White and blue tablecloth, great view, good service.
Fresh fish on the BBQ , deep fried calamari and shrimps, Greek salads. While the adults where exploring how much they could eat, The children were exploring the rocky beach.
At the end they offered us watermelon and melon.
If you find your selfs in that part of Athens it is worth visiting.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
This is how my granddaughter describes this cafe. Lovely sea views on various levels. Good pizzas and reasonable prices. Good service with helpful staff. Has a small car park at the back. Can get a little noisy but that's it's appeal to the younger generation....MoreThank you very much fo your review.
5 based on 185 reviews
Island Basket fish tavern in Artemis is a family-run business offering fresh fish & seafood in a warm, welcoming place right by the sea. Try fresh fish, delicious seafood snacks, appetizers, cool salads and well-prepared meat dishes that are going to impress you. Here you will also find fine cooked mussels, grilled octopus, fried calamari & a great variety of fish and fish-mezedes. Don't miss our specialty Prawn platters that can only be found at Island Basket!
4 based on 69 reviews
Nothing to die for, but it's a reliable choice, maybe the best meat restaurant in Porto Rafti. That's why we keep coming back every Saturday for lunch.
Extra pros: spacious, airy, with private parking lot, very clean toilets, quick service and reasonable prices. Also, a great variety of cooked (not grilled) greek dishes.
Tip: if you want a front-row table, with the best sea-view, on a Saturday or Sunday, book in advance!
4 based on 42 reviews
On my way back from Avlaki beach, my friends and I decided to stop at Prima Plora for lunch. Immediately upon arrival we were greeted by a young lady called Chara Giannakopoulou and she showed us to our table. We decided to sit inside as the wind was blowing hard that day, otherwise i suggest sitting outside 15 meters from the sea.
If you are a seafood lover i recommend the Grilled Octopus, Fried Calamari and Seafood Pasta... Prices are very affordable (photos attached)
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