Where to eat in Halkidiki? Here are the best restaurants in Kassandra and Sithonia!
Where to eat well in Halkidiki? It is often one of the questions posed for those visiting this region for the first time. The choice of food is always one of the top topics during a holiday. A typical dish, a refined dish or simply good food makes the memory of the trip itself better.
Fun facts of ouzo: history, where does the name come from and its properties
Ouzo is closely related with Greece, its summers and its sea. In Greece it is considered the alcoholic drink par excellence and at the same time, very popular with tourists. It is produced in various parts of Greece although the most traditional places are the island of Lesvos, in particular the area of Plomari, Tyrnavos
15 typical Greek seafood starters (“mezedes”) to combine with ouzo
If you have been to a Greece, I am sure you will have found yourself at a seafood taverna or restaurant and in front of a great variety of starters trying to pick some. In these tavernas the locals pass their time chatting and drinking ouzo (a distilled aperitif with anise scent) accompanied by a
Loukoumádes, the complete recipe to prepare the delicious Greek dessert
If you have visited Greece and wandered around its cities or villages, you may have noticed some shops that sell almost exclusively deep-fried dumplings, served traditionally with honey and crushed walnuts and cinnamon atop. Those are the called Loukoumádes and are everybody’s favourite sweet treat in Greece. It is hard to find a Greek that
Ouzo, the national drink that embodies excellently the Greek culture!
Ouzo is a Greek distilled alcoholic drink between 40° and 50° Vol based on anise seeds, herbs and alcohol of agricultural origin. It can be considered one of the most consumed alcoholic drinks in Greece and the most traditional to sip when in the country. A glass of ouzo is always present at the Greek