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ABOUT US

Our Philosophy

The Restaurant

In a ravishing environment beside the sea, viewing the Navarino bay, Poseidonia offers a taste combination of traditional and modern Hellenic kitchen, but also delicacies that are originated to the local region.
In our daily menus, you will always find fresh fish, caught at the unique Greek fishing spots.
As a companion to the taste feast, comes our wine selection from Hellenic land. And of course, a sweet ending is always there for you, via our handmade desserts which are prepared for you by our selected group of chefs and staff.

The Café

Beside the restaurant, with a background of Olympic champion’s Kostis Tsiklitiras manor, operates our coffee bar, which offers the most scented coffee Portioli.
Beside this, we offer unique seafood plates to join with a bottle of ouzo or tsipouro, which may a accompany you until late in the evening.
Sweets, ice creams, waffles and every cocktail that you may even imagine is served here, with the company of selected music sounds (reggae, blues, rock) that give the visitor the chance to enjoy the sunset and the gentle breeze.

PASSIONATE TEAM

Constantly exploring the paths of gastronomy
Our Menu

Musical Nights

Live music nights of July and August, under the full moon, complete Poseidonia’s summer vein.

Winter Session

But it doesn’t stop here. In winter months, Poseidonia transforms to a cozy traditional Greek restaurant which has kept all its wealth of taste. Live music nights with traditional and modern songs offer the visitor what is missing from the scenic Pylos

Reviews

Additional information

Our restaurant is named by the sea plant ``Poseidonia`` which can be found all over the Mediterranean

Poseidonia has its view on Navarino bay, in which at the 20th of October of 1827, took place the naval combat between the Russians, English and French against the Ottomans

Kostis Tsiklitiras was a track-and-field athlete. An Olympic champion who’s birthplace was Pylos

About 65 kilometers south-west of Pylos, lies the deepest spot in the Mediterranean