‘Peloponnese Food Stories’ Festival Continues in Tolo
The Greek fishing village of Tolo in Argolis will be the fourth stop of the “Peloponnese Food Stories” festival, an experiential, culinary event that takes visitors on a one-of-a-kind “road trip” around the region of the Peloponnese.
The fourth Peloponnese Food Stories festival follows events held in the coastal area of Astros in Kinouria, the town of Koroni in Messinia and the small town of Areopoli in Laconia.
Tolo’s port will be the center of attention on September 16 and offer an unforgettable dining experience that will showcase the rich gastronomy of Argolis. The festival will begin at 6pm and include an open exhibition of local products, presentations of products, live cooking shows, cocktail sessions, wine and food tasting, live music and activities for children.
The Peloponnese Food Stories festival is organized by the Peloponnese Region in collaboration with the Municipality of Nafplion, the Argolis Chamber, the Peloponnese Tourist Organization, and the Tolo Business Association with the support of the local hotel associations of Nafplio and Argos – Mycenae.
Other cities expected to host the Peloponnese Food Stories are Ermionida and Loutraki.
The organizer aims for the festival to become an annual “go to” event centered around the gastronomy of the Peloponnese and closely connected to the region’s tourism offerings.
Those interested in attending the Peloponnese Food Stories in Tolo can visit the facebook page of Mythical Peloponnese (https://www.facebook.com/mythicalpeloponnese) for updates.