Best Places to Eat in Alimia

The small island of Alimia (or Alimnia) lies between Halki and Rhodes. It is a deserted island that is only visited on longer cruises and is home to many sheep, goats and donkeys.

The slim but efficient Ruben’s Deli is a go-to spot for sandwiches and pasta salads, particularly the Bomb, which has five types of meat. It also has a fantastic vegetarian options.

1. Anchor Cafe

Anchor Cafe is a popular spot for those who want to dine in style. The restaurant is located on the southwestern shore of Alimia and offers a variety of menu items including appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, and seafood entrees. The restaurant also serves beer and wine.

Alimia is the bigger from a group of western skerries off Rhodes, the rest are deserted, and the only inhabitants are cicadas and a church on the top. In calm weather it makes a beautiful anchorage for boats from the west and northwest and is protected from the meltemi in most of its spots.

Get a far away from mass tourism experience by joining a tour that departs from Kamiros Skala to the island of Alimia and then on to Chalki. Swim in the crystal clear waters, discover the unique deserted town, and then enjoy a delicious grilled lunch and drinks before heading back towards Rhodes.

3. Alas Blancas

Alas Blancas de Sayulita elabora para vos exquisitos sushis (p.ej. Nigiri y Inside-Out) en plus de variaciones, siempre frescos con ingredientes como pescado, legumes y carne, te ofrece también platos internacionales. Tienes la posibilidad de relajarte en su bar con una bebida alcoholica o no alcoholica después (o durante) tu comida.

Visit this fine food and wine market where you can get the best coconut shrimps, fish tacos or monkfish. Try their tasty margaritas and lemonade as well. You can also purchase all your organic, natural and specialty products like cleaning products, skin care products, first aid items, etc.

4. Public House

Pub (also known as a public house, tavern or alehouse) is an establishment that serves alcohol and also often food. Traditionally, a pub would serve draught beer and cider, but today many of them also sell wine, spirits, tea, coffee, and soft drinks. Some also serve lunches and dinners in addition to snacks, and these are often referred to as gastropubs.

Pubs usually have a more laid back vibe, and are open to everyone. They can be a great place to catch up with friends, relax and have a good time. In addition to serving beer and food, some pubs also offer live music and other entertainment. They are a great place to go for a drink after work or to watch the premier league.

5. El Pescador

Located in the heart of La Jolla, El Pescador is only minutes away from San Diego’s most iconic beaches. Its menu features a variety of char-grilled and sauteed seafood dishes. The full service fish market is known for its fresh, quality selection and high standards of customer satisfaction.

El Pescador is a calm lugar, lejos del turismo de masas, donde podrá visitar 2 tiendas de comestibles y un pequeo puerto protegido. El lugar también cuenta con una hermosa playa y las islas de Fokionisia, Ligno, Condroprotectores y Kounoupoi al norte.

La leyenda dice que en este lugar un pescador encontró la imagen del Virgen entre los patas de un cangrejo. A partir de ese momento, se erigio en él la iglesia Panagia Kavouradena (Nuestra Senora de los Cangrejos). El Pescador lleva a cabo este trabajo desde 1976.