Agios Germanos

Sightseeings  ::  Agios Germanos

The village is said to have existed since the beginning of the 11th century, when the church of the same name was erected. During the Ottoman period, the name of the village was German and in 1926 it was renamed Agios Germanos. It is the birthplace of Spiros Paraskevaidis, the deputy of Captain Kottas Christos, who was active in the area during the time of the Macedonian Struggle. Its worth visiting the museum, the old water mill next to the river that passes by the village, the churches of Agios Germanos and Agios Athanasios, as well as strolling through the village lanes admiring the traditional architecture of the local houses.

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The Tavern

Our restaurant is situated in the village square. It has been open since 1998 and in 2010 was fully renovated in the local architectural style. A warm and hospitable spot for food, coffee or drinks. Youll find home-cooked filo pastry pies, local “spoon sweets” – fruit preserved in syrup, regional wines and tsipouro, made in the village distillery.