This hugely popular wine bar perfectly captures the new “village vibe” of Voula. A big part of its charm is its bijou size and great location, just beyond the main square, across from pretty Agios Ioannis church. Faidon inhabits its own chilled bubble, especially when you factor in owner Christos Tsiknakos’ penchant for gypsy jazz. On any given weeknight, you’ll encounter a mix of mellow locals and urban sophisticates, perched on the pavement around re-purposed wine-barrels. Stools are in scant supply and on weekends it’s usually standing room only, so book ahead if you wish to sit. Choose your preferred grape from Faidon’s well-curated stock of mid-range and special edition Greek and foreign wines (you’ll pay just a few euros on top of cava price for corkage), and watch the sun dip behind Agios Ioannis over a bowl of organic olives or a charcuterie platter sourced from their delicatessen. Faidon recently expanded to include a coffee, nuts and chocolate bar, making it an all-day proposition.