Overlooking the old port in this pretty village, Lela’s has a terraced dining area shaded by a vine-covered pergola, with planters tumbling bright red geraniums.
You can dine while watching the sun set over the sea and the moon rise behind the mountains. Be prepared to spend your evenings here for the setting as well as the food, which is simple, traditional and delicious. There are no menus, the day’s specials are on the board. You’ll get addicted to the aubergine dip, and maybe to the sweet prawns in fresh tomato sauce with feta, too.