Greek cuisine is full of rich flavors and authentic aromas.
When you arrive in Paros, you cannot fail to taste their culinary specialties, characterized by fresh, quality products.
“Mizithra” is a soft goat’s milk cheese used in salads to replace feta, a typical Greek cheese, which is harder and just as tasty.
Another specialty not to be missed is “Gouna”, a dish of dried and grilled fish.
Finally, the traditional “Petimezinia”, pumpkin sweets that you can find in the best-stocked bakeries in Parikia.
If you are a wine lover you should definitely try some of their varieties including: Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Traminer, Chardonnay and Vlachiko.
Also be sure to try Dabina, a wine made from an Epirus grape variety grown in 95 percent of the vineyards in the Zitsa wine-growing area. Also, try their typical end-of-meal liqueurs: ouzo and mastika.