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The Apomero Fish Restaurant in Nea Peramos is ideal for fresh fish and seafood gazing the endless blue of the sea. Already stands out in the area.


A restaurant that chooses the freshest ingredients in order to be satisfied even the most demanding palate. Try fried zucchini, saganaki, salad with green vegetables and colorful peppers.


Above all don't forget to try fresh squids, mussles, shrimps, octopus, and sardines on grill. Ask for fresh fish of the day.


During your lunch or diner don't miss the amazing view of the sea.


If you want to eat good fish and fresh seafood gazing the sea, the Apomero Fish Restaurant in Nea Peramos is a very good and advantageous choice. Close the table and the sea trip just started.



East meets West in a city in Northern Greece with Ottoman treasures, Byzantine walls and a lively harbour
Known as the Blue City and as the ‘Mecca of tobacco’, Kavala’s past and present sparkle with the first rays of dawn. You are in a city where for centuries Byzantines, Ottomans, Jews, merchants, tobacco workers, refugees and intellectuals mingled and prospered. Here in Macedonia, the sea-routes encountered the East-West axis, cross-fertilising both.

Kavala’s huge but decorative tobacco warehouses and elegant neoclassical buildings recall the city’s glorious past. See them and then enjoy the present with a meal and a drink in its lively centre under the eye of the city’s castle or around the port. Take the open bus up the hill to the Old Town and the Imaret, and step back in time. Welcome to Kavala, one of the most beautiful cities in Greece!

What to do in Kavala
The historical Imaret
It’s one of Greece’s most important Ottoman monuments. Imaret means ‘poor house’ though it is anything but. The impressive complex of lead-domed structures was built in 1817 by Mohamed Ali as a kulliye, a place for Islamic instruction, on top of an older imaret. A mixture of curved surfaces and spindly chimneys, enclosing three citrus orchards – one with a cistern – it is a magical place. Following centuries of mishaps and neglect, it was recently renovated by a well-known tobacco family to become a symbol of the city’s history and a modern monument.

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  • Apomero Fish Restaurant | Nea Peramos | Kavala
  • +306907798620
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    12:00 - 00:00

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  • 15/07/2024 08:27 local time