With its village atmosphere and generally slower pace of life, Afitos' restaurants are understandably rather traditional and encourage you to take your time over meals or just a coffee. Although small, Afitos actually has an enviable array of eating establishments for you to enjoy on your holidays in Halkidiki, from traditional Greek tavernas to restaurants serving pizzas and other Mediterranean food. Many of its restaurants benefit from the magnificent views over Toroneos Bay that give Afitos its nickname as 'the balcony of Halkidiki'.
You're in store for a treat when eating at Sousourada on your Halkdiki holidays. The food reflects many Mediterranean influences as well as more traditional Greek dishes. As an added bonus, this family-run restaurant, close to Afitos' main street, has an extensive wine list of over 100 labels.
With elaborate presentation and extraordinary attention to detail, food is elevated to an art form at Tuna, which, true to its name, does an amazing line in fish. Situated on the veranda of the Rigas Hotel overlooking the sea, you'll certainly enjoy the quality of both the seafood dishes and the wine at this stunning restaurant.
When eating at Pera prepare yourself for an evening's entertainment as well as a delicious meal. With home-cooked Greek food on the menu plus live music and dancing as the evening continues, dining at Pera is an exciting experience.
Soboro, in the centre of Afitos, has an extensive menu of authentic Greek food - salads, moussaka and lamb - as well as many other dishes. Its wine list is nearly as long and they put on regular live music to amuse you while you're choosing.
Lovers of octopus, delicious fresh vegetables and other traditional offerings found on cheap Greece holidays will relish the food at Rementzo Taverna. Children are always welcome here and the relaxed vibe of the taverna is superb for either lunch or dinner.
With pizzas and spaghetti dishes as well as tasty swordfish and chicken a la creme, the menu at Christos is varied and inviting. Competitive prices and a family-friendly vibe are more reasons why you should come and eat here.
The wood-burning pizza oven is just one of the attractions at Petra Flora. Situated just outside Afitos, you'll also be able to enjoy delicious ice cream, including their talked-about fig and banana flavour, as well as other snacks and iced drinks.
With the extensive fish menu at Galera, you'll be able to enjoy octopus, savour swordfish and relish some delicious mussels when taking a meal here. The views over the sea are stunning, the prices moderate and the fish is exquisite.
Look out for the parakeet when you dine at this restaurant. The name of the place means 'The Pirate's Cod', and the 'pretty polly' sits alongside many other pirate-themed decorations. Fish is a speciality and with moderate prices this little restaurant is a real find.
As you might guess from the name of this restaurant, the view over the sea is stunning. Dishes are presented immaculately on fashionable slate plates, and seafood is a speciality – try the sea urchins, they're a delicacy. The puddings are very tempting too, and perfect for a little indulgence on your holidays to Greece.