We took two take away cap of 33 cl of "home made lemonade" during a visit in pyrgos. Paid 6 euros each without fiscal recipe. Shame!
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Take a walk through the authentic streets up towards the church and this place is almost at the top. nice atmosphere in the evening.
A nice little bar almost on the top in Pyrgos. Enjoy a cold drink or a glass of Santorini made wine in the shade and enjoy the peace and the great view. Kind service. A historic site and good atmosphare. Stop by, it's well worth...More
We decided to view the sunset from pyrgos so we started wandering in the small alleys... All of the sudden we see two little tables and decide to sit the lady who received us was the most polite and cheerful person we met in Santorini......More
On the island for 7 nights and spent 5 of them here. Why? because of the amazing welcome we received from owner Marisanna, her son George and her best friend Anastasia. The view sat on their terrace watching the best sunsets we have ever seen,...More
Forget about Oia, Fira and pretty much any other overrated place on this island. From the main square of Pyrgos village, walk up to the "Upper Square" of Agios Nicolaos church and you'll find KASTELI 1663! A cute café with a local character and lovely...More
Kasteli 1663 is set on top of the hill, nested among a couple of churches, and a little shaded plazza. It's really the place to be at 4 P.M. for a fresh Vulkan beer, or a fresh lemonade on the terrace, overlooking the village of...More
In a formar chapel built in 1663, with the greatest food and a lemonade to die for. Love it!! It's just the stop you need when visiting the beautiful Pyrgos.
My partner and I dropped in here as part of our walk around the town. We did not eat here but very much enjoyed looking at the fantastic photographic exhibition. We were also fortunate enough to speak with the owner (who is the granddaughter of...More