Excellent fruit and vegetables, regional dishes, fresh fish, and comfort food compose the contemporary gastronomic scene of Pelion.
Pelion gastronomy is diverse and traditional: seafood in south Pelion, pites and grilled meats at the mountain villages, tsipouro meze dishes in Volos.
The most fertile mountain in Greece has a variety of products with Protected Designation of Origin: the small Pelion apple known as firiki, the Zagora apples, the Pelion olives, and five Volos cheeses (kaseri, feta, manouri, galotyri, and batzos). Luckily, they have all recently found a place in local restaurants and taverns.
More fascinating than ever, Pelion cuisine offers great options for those looking to enjoy a hearty and unpretentious meal!