Psakoudia (Greek Ψακούδια [psaˈku ðʝa] \psaˈkoodya\), is a village of Chalkidiki (Greek Χαλκιδική]) peninsula (formerly prefecture), in Central Macedonia, of Northern Greece. This settlement belongs to the Municipality of Polygyros, and in particular to the municipal unit of Ormylia. It covers the west part of the long sandy beach of Ormylia, and has a population of 299 inhabitants.
Things to do in Psakoudia
4.5 based on 590 reviews
Amazing ambience and very friendly staff, the owner himself came to discuss and was interested for our feedback, to ensure that the meal is as it should be! Perfect! Thank you for your hospitality, we had an amazing time, if you visit it you will not be dissapointed at all.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Our restaurant is a family business. You can spend your time eating good food and listening to good music while the chef prepares your meal and you will feel like you are our long time friend.
We were able to visit the kitchen to see the available fish before ordering which confirmed it was fresh. We ordered the sea bream which was cooked to perfection and clearly fresh, one other point is the fish already comes with a side dish which is not the case in other local restaurants. They also have a large car park and a nice play area for smaller children.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
Enjoy your meal or dinner in our garden under the trees with view to the sea. You may choose between our greek cooked specialities, seafood or meat on the grill!
Nikos taverna is a hidden little gem, tucked away from the main road. We had grilled bream and Greek salad and it was really tasty. Their wine isn't great tho, we tried both red and white and also bottled chardonnay - so go for Mythos. The service was great, like everywhere in Greece. Local dishes are only available as part of the daily menu so ask the staff what's on that day.
4.5 based on 467 reviews
We were one night out for dinner at that typicL Greek Restaurant on the dine out program offered by Ikos Olivia.
Guests from the hotel have to know that there are 2 different menus! A „normal“ one with local food and fresh fish and a „restricted“ one dedicated to the hotel guests. While you can eat at no extra cost, that menu is well below the normal one, and you would be better served while dining at one of the hotel restaurants.
Otherwise it was an enjoyable experience
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Of all places around, Sonia was the best: we couldn't help revisiting a couple times. Quiet location in the midpoint between Nikiti and Metamorphosis safeguards from crowds, cosy veranda under pine trees adds to the charm. Excellent cooking: killer mussels (try that boullion with their bread), savoury saganaki cheese, great eggplant salad with garlic. If you hit a night when lamb kleftiko is on offer, don't miss it, it's tender and succulent. The kids were happy with meatballs with rice and pasta with minced meat, and a small playground. Don't try to leave the main road as Google Maps suggest, Sonia is right on it. Although it's worth taking a stroll under pines around the place.
4 based on 77 reviews
Not a bad place to eat , there are also some nice dishes for lunch. I will not call the place extremely good, but will not also call it bad for sure.
4 based on 26 reviews
Good place to eat at the beach and a pleasant sea view, spaceous (suitable for kids who can play around), fresh and tasty food (too salty for our taste though). WC should be rennovated. Prices were reasonable, we liked very much calamari and especially tzatziki - one of the best I have ever eaten! We had a dessert and a very tasty starter - both free of charge.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
It was a unique place that server breakfast. It was very tasty and big. We ordered 2 greek breakfast 8€ and 2 european 10€ ,if you have two kids it is better to oder one portion to share. The personal was very kind. Place is clean.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
Food is very good and delicious. Staff is friendly an eager to be of service. They speak Greek, English and Russian. Prices are really affordable. I would recommend it to everyone.
4 based on 29 reviews
Really sad we found this place on our last night! Really friendly staff, excellent pizza and house wine. We went for a giant pizza (50cm) and had it half capricciosa and half carbonara - it was delicious! Deffinitely worth a try once you've had enough of gyros and Greek specialities!
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