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Preveza, Greece Cuisine | Where to Eat

Popular Local Cuisine: Preveza is famous for its red roe caviar. The typical flavors of Greek food are olives, lemons, thyme and oregano, feta cheese, and the smoky flavor of grilled meats and fish. Many of the most famous of Greek dishes are appetizers (mezes) including spanakopita (spinach pie), dolmades (stuffed grape leaves), fried calamari, fried zucchini, feta with kalamata olives and tzatziki (yoghurt with cucumbers and garlic). Famous main dishes include moussaka (ground meat with mashed potatoes and a white sauce), souvlaki (similar to a kebob), pastitsio (baked pasta dish) and the traditional Gyro made with meat roasted vertically over an open fire. It is an earthy, homey cuisine that is the result of the less than fertile terrain of Greece. Don't forget the baklava to end a meal on a perfect sweet note.

To go with these Greek foods, there is nothing better (in my opinion) than a glass of retsina, a white wine with the flavor of resin. Or perhaps you prefer an ouzo, a strong anise-flavored liquor without the sweetness that other countries sometimes have.

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Photo of Preveza Roe Caviar by Harry Gouvas

Cruise lines that visit Preveza: Voyages to Antiquity

Key Attractions: Actio-Preveza Undersea Tunnel, Pantokrator Castle, St. George Castle, Agios Andreas Fortress, Nicopolis Archaeological Museum, Nicopolis, City of Victory, Loutsa Beach, Lefkada Beaches, Katsiki Beach, Agios Ioannis Beach, Arta (Ambracia), Church of the Paregoretissa, Stone Bridge of Arta, Parga, Parga Castle, Dance of Zalongo Memorial, Oracle of the Dead (Necromanteion), Ambracian Gulf

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Photo of Stuffed Grapeleaves by JM