Tantanis has a large selection of all sorts of home decor and souveniers that are imported from all parts of Greece -- the owner and the girls that work at the shop were extremely friendly and helpful.
They ship to the US -- we bought over a dozen different items, had them shipped home and they arrived in perfect condition because the shop so meticulously packed everything!
They had everything from gomboli (the worry beads) to key chains to vases, jewelry boxes - we literally bought ALL of our souveniers from here.
What to buy: All items here are made in different regions of Greece - we bought 2 of the beautiful lanterns hanging from the ceilings, they are probably my favorite things from Greece
What to pay: You can find things from 5 euro up to 500 euro -- it is a very diverse collection
Considered by many to be the most sophisticated network in this portion of the Greek Islands, the Wired Cafe sells 'Smart Cards', which once purchased, can be used to access the internet from a number of terminals around the island.
Link up while enjoying a fresh cup of coffee.
Open 10:30-14:30, 18:00-23:00
What to pay: per hour ... 7.00 euro
1/4 hr ... 1.75 euro
Naoussa is obviously slightly "up-market". There are a lot of hip shops and the prices are high, even for us Icelanders.
But if you have some money to spend the shops there have really cool stuff and my girlfriend would have liked to dig in a little.
However the only clothes we bought there was in the solo "junk" shop we found.
What to buy: Most of the shops there were just fashion shops, nothing that you can't buy elsewhere. It is just that these shops are in very cosy settings.
What to pay: Up-market prices for up-market goods
Located close to the ferry pier, it allows you last minute communication to friends or accomodation on the next island.
Eat, drink, and e-mail Mary.
open daily 09:00-01:00
What to pay: per hour ... 4.50 euro