Visiting local traditional villages you will discover some of Greece’s finest culinary delights whilst passing through stunning scenery. Sample wine, honey, olive oil and more. Visit the traditional olive oil factory and learn how olive oil is made.

Take a walk through a reconstruction of a traditional Greek house, try their fresh made bread and take the opportunity purchase some of the locally produced wine and spirits including the local ‘firewater’ called Souma.

You will also enjoy a leisurely home cooked traditional Greek lunch whilst sitting in a picturesque village in the middle of the wine region, watching the world go by.

Then onto the village of Siana situated on the western side of the island. Positioned at the bottom of the second highest peak on the island Mount Akramitis, this stunning village is famous for its locally produced honey and oils. Here you will find a selection of shops selling their produce plus an impressive church, surrounded by colourful flowers.

Moving on you will pass by Monoliths Castle with an opportunity for photographs. It is widely ruined today but it still offers great views of the sea and the two islets.
This castle was considered one of the four more powerful fortresses on the island. Built in 1480 by the knights of St. John to protect the island from attacks, the castle was never conquered.

This tour is an ideal way to see a large and varied part of Rhodes Island, with a chance to truly immerse yourself in its culture and tastes.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Your Hotel
DEPARTURE TIME Aproximately at 09:30
RETURN TIME Aproximately at 16:30
AVAILABLE FROM Kiotari-Lardos-Pefkos-Lindos-Kalathos
INCLUDED
8 seater air-conditioned mini bus
Transfer to and from hotel

English escort

Traditional Greek lunch

NOT INCLUDED

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 2 reviews
May 29, 2017

Thank you so much to Carl for a great day out on a taste of Greece. Very informative, knowledgeable and fun.
Great way to see the island.
Thank you.

May 29, 2017

Had a fabulous trip today despite the very unusual cloud and rain. We definitely had a “Taste of Greece”
Lovely included food at a traditional taverna, a saw a traditional Greek Orthodox service and a beautiful wine cellar.
Peter, Jason and Carl all very helpful, nothing was too much trouble, saw far more than expected.
A good insight into the country.

Leave a Review

Rating