Your stomach could not be any happier than with Greek food! With an age-old tradition, the Mediterranean country is known as some of the best food in the world! Greek cuisine is not just tzatziki, moussaka, souvlaki or gyros. What Greeks eat is what forms the basis of the Mediterranean diet, a food philosophy synonyms with longevity and good health.

The emblematic blue-and-white houses, the sandy beaches, and the turquoise waters are not the only things that embody the spirit of Greece. Apart from being a delight for the eye, sailing in the Aegean Sea is also a feast for the plate.

Fava with wild mushrooms and truffles, sun-dried octopus, and fine goat cheese with honey, mustard, and berries are just some of the culinary delights of the local cuisine. You can spend soulful evenings in idyllic port towns both onboard оr at an authentic mezédes restaurant, where you will taste traditional appetizers with a glass of ouzo, tsipouro, or local wine.

There are a lot of traditional dishes of the Mediterranean country that you should not miss while travelling through Greece: slow-roast lamb, courgette balls (Kolokithokeftedes), Feta Me Meli, risotto with cuttlefish ink, pumpkin omelette, goat soup, watermelon jam. Tomato fritters or "tomatokeftedes" are traditional mezes in Andros, Tinos, Syros, and Santorini. 

Other must-try meals: wild rabbit, dried fish with skordalia (mashed potatoes and garlic) and stuffed sea urchin, as well as two typical desserts - kataifi and galaktoboureko.

In culinary terms, each island has its own style - Andros, for example, is famous for the local speciality "Frutalia" - an omelette with zucchini blossoms and meat. The region is also characterized by pastries (sweets with cream cheese and rose water) and desserts with almonds and black figs.