Spend this summer or fall exploring the culinary mecca of Greece – the delectable olives and rustic bread are only the beginning. Taste your way through Corfu during a Culinary Discovery Tour, visit an acclaimed winemaker while in Santorini or savor a quintessential Greek farm-to-table luncheon in Crete. The tours below are only the beginning of the possibilities. Get inspired and start dreaming about your perfect Greek exploration.

corfuCorfu, Greece | Culinary Discovery Tour: Market-to-Table Chef Tour & Cooking Class
Savor a taste of Corfu by shopping for and sampling a variety of traditional delicacies at the local market. With your local guide, wander around the Old City and enjoy honey-drenched pastries, cheeses, olive wood-smoked ham and more. Delve further into Greece’s cuisine with a visit to a traditional taverna for local wine and freshly baked bread followed by a Greek cooking class back on board at The Culinary Center.

Heraklion (Crete), Greece | Culinary Discovery Tour: Cretan Food & Wine with Farm-to-Table Lunch
Explore the birthplace of the Mediterranean Diet, Crete, santoriniwith your chef from The Culinary Center and learn the secrets behind its world-famous cuisine. Stroll the charming center of the city as you stop for tastings of local delights such
as Crete’s famous bread and a traditional pastry of semolina custard wrapped in phyllo dough. At an internationally renowned Cretan restaurant, enjoy superb wines from the island and a traditional lunch specially designed for your tour.

Santorini, Greece | Food & Wine Trails Shore Excursion: Wines & Amazing Views of Santorini
Oceania Cruises is proud to partner with Food & Wine Trails to bring you this authentic Santorini wine experience. Take in gorgeous views of the island as you visit Oia and then drive to Megalochori Village for a memorable tasting and tour at the
acclaimed Boutari Winery, one of Greece’s most influential winemakers.crete

Argostoli (Cephalonia), Greece | Shore Excursion: St. Andrew’s Monastery & Robola Winery
Discover how Argostoli has flourished since its 1953 earthquake as you visit a surviving 16th-century monastery and tour an esteemed winery. Set among the rolling hills of Omala Valley, Robola Winery produces a rare variety of wines using white Robola grapes that have thrived on the island since the time of Homer. Sample celebrated vintages such as the iconic white Robola of Cephalonia, a delicate Melambus and a dry, ruby-hued Linos.

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