Visiting Perdika When Sailing in Greece

Visiting Perdika When Sailing in Greece

MedSailors Crew
By MedSailors Crew
on  September 05, 2016

Sitting on an island to the south of Athens, the charming village of Perdika is a must-stop destination when sailing in Greece. Though the village is small in size, it is large in character, and it enjoys a long history of providing a warm welcome to visitors from both the mainland and beyond.

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One of the biggest draws in Perdika is the food – for a village setting, there is a huge amount on offer here, from stylish and sophisticated cafes to homely and traditional tavernas, meaning that even those who are hard to please will find something to suit. The village makes the most of its position on the bay and, as such, fish and seafood are very much showcased on the menus throughout Perdika.

In addition to the wonderful food on offer, the views are something to write home about too. Many of the eateries look out on to the bay and beyond, in addition to offering a stunning view of the picture-perfect cobbled streets, white stone houses and moored yachts.

And even though Perdika prides itself on retaining its small-village atmosphere, rest assured that this does not mean it is all peace and tranquillity. With many of the bars in the village open until late, it is the perfect place to watch the sun go down and party into the night.

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