Prima Holidays | DMC in Greece

Gastronomy Tour

First we will visit the village Agios Dimitrios and the laboratory preparation of traditional pasta and other



First we will visit the village Agios Dimitrios where we will have the opportunity to see how the traditional pasta and other delicacies are made. These delicacies include traditional sweets, pasta, cookies, cakes and pies, produced without preservatives and made from natural ingredients.

The next stop will be the wonderful beach “Agios Giannis”, where we will have free time for swimming and lunch.  Afterwards, we will visit the traditional winery to taste one of the most ancient varieties of wine “Muscat of Alexandria”.

Muscat is a fine dessert wine, a result of late-harvest grown grapes, on a vineyard with restricted production. It should be served at 7 C⁰ as aperitif, but it can also be served as a dessert accompanying sweets and fruits.

There we will have also wine tasting of 3 different wines: white dry, red & rose.

2 hours break for lunch & swim

Sweet treats

Time for dessert! Our next stop will be to the traditional company which is mainly producing the “Achilladelis” (known in Greece as ‘’gliko tu kutaliu’’) sweets made from various fruit and vegetables like: tomato, pumpkin, fig, pistachio, carrot, watermelon, retseli, grape, cherry, sour cherry, quince, eggplant, mandarin, green bitter orange, rolled up bitter orange, bergamot, grapefruit, orange, small walnut, pear, apricot, fruit cocktail. Produced from fresh Greek fruit collected on time and cooked traditionally accordingly to Greek recipes without any conservatives. They are healthy, they contain less calories, than other sweets. Delicious for dessert may be used also in confectionery to prepare sweets and in the production of ice creams or for decoration only.


End your day with quenching your thirst with a glass of “Therma medicinal water”

Besides a beautiful, green and charming location with warm waters, this is also a place with  history dating back to the ancient times.  Archaeological findings such as old water tanks and building fragments prove Therma therapeutic source usage since Roman and Byzantine period.  During the Ottoman occupation the building used to be a hammam (turkish bath).

Therma history goes back to Homer’s time, while, according to the myth, it was there that god Hephaestus was taken care of by the goddess Thetis after falling down from Olympus and the medicinal waters from these springs healed his wounds.

Nowadays, nearby their remnants, there is an organized Spa unit, which functions daily, all year round and offers an alternative form of recreation to all who desire to take advantage of the medicinal properties of those thermal waters that helped Hephaestus.

The water of Therma is drinkable, treats skin diseases and rheumatic illnesses. Salt content is low and its temperature ranges at 44 C⁰.