Paul’s Taverna Parthenon – The traditional taverna in Chalkidiki

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We welcome you to the Paul’s traditional taverna in the majestic village of Parthenonas in Sithonia Chalkidiki.
Paul’s taverna has been reflecting the philospphy of Greek hospitality and good food since 1978.
Now the second generation continues the same tradition and contineously enriches the good homecooking with new creative ideas.
You will taste local meats, fresh vegetables, daily specials, home made pies and tasty ‘mezedes’.
You will also find traditional products of Chalkidiki such as honey, olives, olive oil, home made liquer and local mountain herbs.
The view from our balcony of the ‘Toroneo’ gulf, Mounts Olympus and ‘Kissavos’, and the islands of Skopelos and Alonissos is unique.We are open May through October all day for your pleasure.
Directions: Take the Sithonia road to Neos Marmaras, and 500 m. after the main entrance to Neos Marmaras, turn left towards the Mountain. When reach the village of Parthenonas drive by the church and in 200 m. you will see the taverna on your left. You can tell by the view.
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 

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