Salamis

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When you make a trip to wonderful Salamis, visiting one of the beautiful sites as mentioned below, feel free to stop at our restaurant. We are located on the boulevard and we have a wonderful view over the bay, on top of our restaurant and right in front.


Salamis, is the largest island in the Saronic Gulf and the nearest to the coast of Attica. It has a permanent population of nearly 40,000, area 95 square kilometers.

Homeland of the Homeric king Ajax Telamon and the tragic poet Euripides. Became internationally known for the battle of 480 BC, when the ancient Greeks held back the Persian penetration in Europe. In Salamis also lived and created important part of his work,
the great modern Greek poet Angelos Sikelianos in the period 1933-1950.
The house survives restored opposite the Monastery of Our Lady Revealed, near the sea.Salamina Abbey Revealed


Legendary fighter of the Greek Revolution, Georgios Karaiskakis had his headquarters on the beach of Salamis. His last wish was to be buried on the island, namely the church of Agios Dimitrios, where you can now visit his grave.

Among the main attractions of the island, including the Cave of Euripides Pigeons in place, which was excavated by archaeologist Yannis Lolos, the Theatre in Euripides' Patrice Hill "next to the Church of Our Lady of Eleftherotrias both Windmills" Hill of Mills' buildings of the 18th century. 

Finally and religious monuments of great historical value,
are the Monastery Phaneromeni Salamis HouseSalamis House Angelos Sikelianou Angelos Sikelianouidryse the 17th century Saint Lawrence after the discovery of the miraculous image of 'Our Lady Neofaneisis "the Churches Holy Month and St. Dimitrios works great Salaminian Polychroni Lempesi painter and sculptor Giannoulis Chalepas and the Monastery of St. Nicholas Lemonion (17th century AD) and the church of St. John the Kalyvitis (10th century AD).

A trip to Salamina to see above and beyond the beauties could come to our restaurant to complete a trip that you make all the seasons of the year.