Kanapitsa Taverna

July 29, 2011 · Posted in Skiathos, Visit Greece 

Kanapitsa Taverna
Καναπίτσα, Σκιάθος, Ελλάς

Τηλ: (+30) 24270-21191
Κιν: (+30) 6946 583756

e-mail: nikosskiathos1973@hotmail.com
website: www.kanapitsa-taverna.net

Welcome to Kanapitsa Taverna, in Kanapitsa Bay on Skiathos. Kanapitsa Taverna is conveniently located only 550 meters off the main road of Skiathos-Koukounaries, right on the beach of Kanapitsa and is also accessible throughout the day by sea, with the sea taxi that has service every hour. In Kanapitsa Bay Skiathos, visitors have all the amenities they can expect from a well organized beach with a great restaurant. The beach of Kanapitsa offers a full line of water sports, boat rentals and lounge chairs. Also boat rental is available.

We invite you to enjoy the sea and the beach of Kanapitsa Bay and combine it with a great meal on the terrace of Kanapitsa Taverna, overlooking the Aegean and the town of Skiathos.

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3 Responses to “Kanapitsa Taverna”

  1. sunseasand2011
    on July 29th, 2011 6:26 am

    Kanapitsa is definitely worth visiting more than once. We were welcomed with smiles and the service continued to be of a very high quality throughout the evening. The food was lovely, we had a variety of fantastic meat and fish dishes, freshly made salads, and inviting cocktails at the bar, all at very reasonable prices. The view overlooking the beach contributed to the relaxed atmosphere and is fantastic both day and night, with easy access via water taxi from the town harbour. We recommended Kanapitsa to friends and they loved it too. Not to be missed!

  2. EandBGreece
    on July 29th, 2011 6:26 am

    We dropped in to the coffee bar about 1pm for coffee and something sweet. The staff were really friendly, the yoghurt, walnuts and honey sharp, sweet and fresh, coffee just right. We went back to the taverna a couple of nights later (after booking a sea edge table) and were warmly welcomed, seated, offered drinks and quickly served after choosing from the menu. Unusually, we were asked if we wanted more drinks during the meal (the Greeks don’t tend to do that) and we were offered dessert and coffees (same again). Prices in 2010 seem to be much higher than in previous years but a decent three courses with coffee, beers, half a litre of jug wine, came in at about UK£40, so not too bad overall.

  3. Balthazar-Vet
    on July 29th, 2011 6:29 am

    Outre le service, mauvais (ce qui est très souvent le cas en Grèce), ce restaurant est une insulte à la cuisine Grecque. Les produits sont de mauvaise qualité (que ce soit les fruits/légumes ou les produits de la mer), et ils sont mal préparés. Le poulpe grillé, par exemple, est tout juste digne d’une cantine scolaire. Pire, il y a tromperie sur la marchandise. La féta servie avec la salade grecque n’était pas de la féta, par exemple, mais un sous-fromage au lait de vache.
    Bref, l’endroit est plutôt joli (une plage d’une ile Grecque), mais à éviter absolument.

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