If you’re wondering what to buy on your travels to Greece, then search no more. Check out the Greek Gastronomy Guide (GGG) for information on everything from the history and culture behind each product to its uniqueness and uses.
Whether it’s the award-winning Aegina pistachio, the delicious Naxos potato, the delectable cheeses of Naxos, Mykonos‘ louza ham and sharp kopanisti cheese, Santorini’s wonderful wines, lush tomatoes and tiny capers, Chios’ mastiha, or Corfu’s one-of-a-kind kumquat fruit, the GGG will guide you in your quest for that unique culinary experience.
The GGG’s List of Greek Products helps you identify local products as well as those awarded the EU’s Product of Designated Origin (PDO) or Product of Geographic Indication (PGI) labels. You can also learn more about the destinations, local characteristics, the role of each product in local life and even their connection to the past. Why do we associate the olive tree with the goddess Athena, wine with Dionysos and wheat with Demetra?
Stay tuned to the Greek Travel Pages (GTP), which joins the GGG team, in search of Greece’s best-kept travel and food secrets and introduces them to you.