Top 5 Budget-friendly Things to do in Pollonia, South Aegean

February 26, 2022 Merry Kessler

Discover the best top things to do in Pollonia, Greece including Milos Fishing Experience, Kostantakis Cave Winery, Agia Paraskevi Church, Pollonia Beach, Perseas Boat.
Restaurants in Pollonia

1. Milos Fishing Experience

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5.0 based on 111 reviews

Milos Fishing Experience

During our trip,you will see the fishing procedure,you will fish on your own,you will enjoy a majestic scenery,you will taste fresh fish and swim in crystal waters

2. Kostantakis Cave Winery

Pollonia 8400 Greece +30 693 664 4481 [email protected] http://www.kostantakis.gr/index.php/
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4.5 based on 44 reviews

Kostantakis Cave Winery

Reviewed By eihakj - Oslo, Norway

My boyfriend and I booked a private wine tasting and tour. The Kostantakis family were very pleasant and welcoming. Wounderful and informative tour both in the wine yards and in the cave that lasted for half an hour followed by a great wine tasting where we could sit and chat with the family. They have made a really cool concept of the grandfather's old farm and transformed it into a modern an unique winery. I reccommend this to small groups of 2-6 persons without children.

3. Agia Paraskevi Church

Pollonia Village, Pollonia Greece
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4.5 based on 30 reviews

Agia Paraskevi Church

4. Pollonia Beach

Pollonia Greece http://www.pollonia.com/pollonia-photogallery/
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4.0 based on 391 reviews

Pollonia Beach

Reviewed By Spekka - St. Gallen, Switzerland

A brilliant wee beach for a quick swim or to set-up as base under one of the tamarisk trees and hang around all day with kids (your kids) or a riveting book and a half-litre of wine. In low-season there's ample space to have a few classic, camp beach-games such as Blind-Runner, Sea-Urchin-Shell Cricket, Haven't I See You Before, or even the Greek bat and ball game, allowing players to repeatedly make contact with others by intentionally missing the ball and having to retrieve it near the person of their choice. The water is shallow, safe and sandy apart from the first few steps in. Along opposite Flora's Rooms and the legally-dodgy private cordoned-off beach , there's a reef where you can swim with sea bream, parrot fish, flounders and the very, very occasional octopus. If you venture over to the church, then there's a considerably better reef just off the protective dyke, but in high-season there are lots of boats to contend with. A night-time swim is perfectly safe, too, especially in the warm water in September or October when there are fewer flip-floppers around to spoil the silence as they make pilgrimage to the restaurants in droves. In winter, the place is deserted apart from washed-up plastic and by-catch from the fishing boats such as Moray eels. However, great as it is, best not let your kids play in the sand in the corner near restaurants Enalion and Armenaki as it's basically a big toilet for local cats and the odd barrel-wine fuelled tourist at night.

5. Perseas Boat

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5.0 based on 613 reviews

Perseas Boat

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