Culinary journey


Serifos, a captivating island with a small population, has succeeded in preserving its authentic charm in all aspects of daily life. This dedication to tradition and simplicity is beautifully reflected in the island’s culinary delights, where you can savor local recipes made with pure, local ingredients. If you’re planning a trip to Serifos, be sure to try the delicious fennel fritters known as marathotiganites, as well as the famous chickpea soup called revithada, prepared and served in clay pots known as skepastaria. These delightful dishes can be found in all restaurants and taverns across the island. Enhancing your dining experience, you’ll discover local ingredients like wine, capers, and the exquisite xinomizithra cheese accompanying your meals wherever you go. And don’t forget to treat yourself to the renowned Serifos pastaki, a delightful dessert comprising a vanilla and chocolate cream on a biscuit base, perfect for a refreshing and indulgent finale to your evening meal.