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Faros Market, Akrotiri
(4.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Faros Market sells organically grown products farmed in the traditional island way and offers cooking and wine-making classes in a small cellar. Learn how to make tzatziki or stomp and bottle your own wine. This family-run shop on the way to the lighthouse offers a wide array of products, including olives and olive oil, goat cheese, capers, nuts, honey, homemade jams, and marmalades free of additives. You can taste some free samples to help you decide what to buy. Arrange your visit to Faros Market and discover more family-friendly attractions in Akrotiri using our Akrotiri vacation builder.
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  • My husband and I stopped here on a private Santo Tour of the south end of the island. Maria was very gracious and offered a sampling of Greek foods including caper leaves which I had never had. And 'j...  more »
  • My husband and I had rented a car and were doing a drive across the island for the day and found this little gem! It's sort of in the middle of no where so you would only find it on your way to Akitor...  more »
  • A few hundred meters before the lighthouse which is well worth a visit, I was struck by the Faros Market so much so that after a few photos we decided to tormare there for the sunset on the terrace that looks like an exclusive stage free for all. TOP the Lady greeted us like family. After two bottles of wine and an aperitif offered by them with products exclusively produced by family we were invited to the Sunday after the feast of wine. We came back and the party was a unique experience. I recommend everyone stop at this great market.
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