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Top bakery recommendations from locals

Pastry Shop
“Wonderful sweets and cakes, with excellent materials, unique flavour combinations and amazing presentation by a pastry chef with a great taste. Enjoy your sweets and coffee at the small courtyard in front of the shop. Closed on Mondays. Address: 53 Moatsou str., Rethymno Tel.: 0030 28310 53667.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Taverna
“A bakery with a variety of breads, pastries and pies can be found in Atsipopoulo village”
  • 1 local recommends
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“Yummy desserts, continental breads, cakes and pastries. Give yourself a treat at this bakery. We recommend their cheesecake!”
  • 5 locals recommend
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“Traditional bakery with delicious breads, pies, desserts and home-made icecream.”
  • 5 locals recommend
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“For loukoumadhes (doughnut-like concoctions drizzled with honey and cinnamon), follow your nose to Gaias Gefseis. This bakery creates some of the city’s best traditional cakes and biscuits, as well as homemade sheep’s-milk gelato. If your sweet tooth needs a break, there’s a mammoth supply of savoury breads; try one stuffed with feta and olives.”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“What can I say... dream-worthy desserts made by true professionals right in the middle of the Naxos town promenade. ”
  • 1 local recommends
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“It has a great variety and is two minutes by car! From milk to espresso coffee to sweets to variety of breads to ice cream to biscuits...to a great breakfast stop for pies and snacks.”
  • 7 locals recommend
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“Very close to the Villa, there is a SuperMarket nearby - No extra comments - Just go there and taste”
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“c'è di tutto dal pane ai pasticcini ai dolci ai gelati, sandwich ,juice e smooties”
  • 4 locals recommend
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“The Lefkes Paros (officially Leykai) is inland mountain village on the island of Paros at an altitude of 200 meters [1] . It is 10 km from Parikia [2] . It is the most mountainous village of Paros and has numerous churches as well as some of the last windmills saved on the island. The last mill of Paros (Barbas Artemis) operating its mill in Lefkes died in 1996. The village was named after many poplars., that is, the trees that used to exist on the site. The main street of the village, which leads to the center of the Lefkas, is whitewashed and paved, and it is called Ramnos, because in the past a rhubarb tree dominated it directly. Residents removed it over time to gain better access to the center of the village.”
  • 4 locals recommend
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