When it comes to our sailing holidays, we all prefer the best destinations to spend our valuable vacation time. Greece offers this quality of sailing life as it is surrounded by hundreds of beautiful islands. Most of them are reachable by boat and have harbors with the needed amenities. Every island of Greece is a different adventure that you must explore. Each and every one of them has its unique beauty and places that you can only visit by boat. That’s why sailing in Greece is so popular. If you do not own a boat or a yacht, you will find what you are looking for very easy as there are hundreds of agencies here to help you. Recently I found great info about yachting in Greece in “Istion yachting”, a yacht charter Greece company .
The amusement of yachting is combined with traditional local cuisine in order to lift your joy to the highest level. Little local tavernas serve home-cooked food and also plates for the meat lovers in which, lamb and goat are being prepared in several different ways. The traditional plates are stuffed tomatoes and peppers, stuffed aubergines, eggplants cooked in a variety of ways, fresh fried potatoes, tzatziki and other sauces based on garlic, vine leafs stuffed with rice and herbs (dolma) and many others. Last but not at all least, are the plates with fish and seafood. The shrimps can be found boiled, fried and prepared on the stove using charcoal. There’s also a recipe, almost the same in all Mediterranean countries, where the shrimps are cooked together with tomato, pepper, extra virgin olive oil, feta (white) cheese and other ingredients, all together in the frying pan. This last recipe can be also used for cooking mussels. For them, there is also a great variety of cooking ways in Greece. The most popular one is when they are cooked and served with rice. The fresh fish is what everyone is looking for when he comes to Greece. The taste of the fish in the Mediterranean and moreover, in the Aegean sea, is much better than the one of the fish of the ocean. Eat your fresh fish on the stove and you will never forget it. The particular cooking way is meant for larger size fish. The smaller ones are fried in the pan and end up in your with a delicious taste! The king of summer, here in Greece, is the octopus. The Greek islands are worldwide known for the tasty recipes when it comes to cooking octopus.