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Eating

With a just fifteen minute walk from the centre of Paleochora's Village your lunch or dinner is as a walk to mum's home.

Paleochora has some good local restaurants, taverns and the olive oil produced in this region is among the best in Crete. A few of the huge choice of friendly, well-priced tavernas.

Aposperida at the northern end of the main street with a quite Cretan variety of dishes, Grameno, just 5 minutes drive outside Paleochora towards Koundouri, offering authentic Cretan dishes, Rena’s Garden a small friendly place of the main street and Caravell which has good fresh fish and of course the Third Eye Crete's only vegeterian restaurant.

The village of Anydri ( 5km northeast of Paleochora) is a popular destination for walkers ... but for its excellent "Kafeneio To Scholio" as well, a converted school, offers spectacular views of the gorge of Anhydrous and the Libyan Sea and some delicious variety of homemade, Mediterranean dishes, with key components of their own production.

There is a good family-owned supermarket with fresh fruit and vegetable on the western beach, and an excellent bakery/patisserie just above the harbour.

Hotel Information Recommended For
Type: Small Hotels & Inns Beach/Seaside :
Rooms: 8 Cheap & Chic :
Pool: Yes Family hospitality :
Dining: No Family :
Children: Welcome Marvelous view :
Closed: December to March Quality of Service :

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