Most of the cafés and bars in Heraklion are in Korai street, the centre of the town. There is no need to know the number. The island, even if is the largest in Greece, is like a “big family.” Just ask someone for help, and they’ll gladly point you in the right direction!
Living room is a trendy café with nice people at the centre of Heraklion. Here you can find warm and cold drinks, salads, snacks and cocktails.
This complex is 10 minutes outside the centre of Heraklion in an area pretty famous during the summer. A new, modern building with cinemas, restaurant, cafés and bars.
With the views of the harbour and the Venetian fortress, this place is great, especially in the summer (if you manage to find a free table.) This café opened in 1996 and has a good reputation.
Kentrikon Café is located in the old town centre. Here are a contemporary atmosphere but at the same time it has retained its old charm. It is a two story building and the perfect place for a good cup of coffee in the afternoon.
The Back Door
The Back Door is one of the oldest cafeterias in Chania. Even though it is one of the oldest it is newly renovated and centrally located. They serve juice, coffee, snacks, ice cream and a bit later in the evenings also cocktails.
This 17th century building is turned into an amazing café-bar and creperie. Here you can eat breakfast, try a lovely crepes and later, like most bars, they serve cocktails and beer.