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Subject: Re: Ios - Tavernes and beaches

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Date Posted: Tue, November 18 2014, 20:02:06
In reply to: Simone and Alex 's message, "Ios - Tavernes and beaches" on Tue, November 18 2014, 15:08:43

There are several tavernas around the harbour area, including the part where the yachts tie up. At the far corner, just before the supermarket (Carrefour), there was a quiet place, called Enigma if I remember aright, where they could rustle up all the trad Greek dishes and even had WiFi. Felt little inclination to go anywhere else, but did note a couple of promising-looking places at Manganari.
Didn't see any evidence of louts as described, but I was late in the season.

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