When it comes to food and wine, the Peloponnese has a plethora of vineyards and farms that alternate between scenic valleys, imposing mountains, and deserted pristine beaches.
Along the region’s coasts, several restaurants cater to your needs with international and popular Greek dishes, but there is nothing more satisfying than tasting the locally produced food and wine in a traditional tavern hidden within mountainous villages.
Wine and culinary trips in Peloponnese don’t just introduce you to local food, wine and culture, they immerse you in the Mediterranean’s rich culinary traditions. In every corner, you will taste healthy salads, topped with Kalamata olive oil
while in the village of Limeni you will find delicious fresh fish from daily catch
More specifically, the most popular must-try recipes in Peloponnese are artichoke
, smoked pork and manouri cheese omelette, aubergines
with potatoes in tomato sauce, baked cod
with tomatoes, barley-shaped pasta soup
with tomato and cinnamon, and bean soup
with smoked pork, olives and orange!
However, in the Mani Peninsula
, located on the southern side of Peloponnese, you will also find an excellent production of natural products, like extra virgin olive oil and delicious honey. Dough fritters drizzled with Peloponnesian honey and topped with chopped walnut and cinnamon is a delicious local dessert especially beloved by locals and travellers.
After all, an incredible wealth of Mediterranean flavours awaits you in Peloponnese! So stop stalling and check out our intriguing Hotel Collections