Nisiotissa is a family-oriented business, in Glossa Village, focuses on promoting local products

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Nisiotissa is a family-oriented business on the beautiful island of Skopelos in Greece. The business is located in Glossa Village, in the Louki area. Glossa Village is the second settlement of Skopelos Island.  The business focuses on promoting lokale Produkte and providing visitors with an authentic experience of the island’s culture and traditions.

At Nisiotissa (The Islander), visitors can enjoy traditional products made with locally sourced ingredients. The shop offers sweets products such as local almond sweets, jars of many flavors, tsoureki (greek sweet Brötchen) with the unique grandmother’s recipe, cookies, and a variety of sweet spoons. Not forget to mention the traditional Greek sweets such as baklava, kataifi, and galaktoboureko.

At Nisiotissa visitors will find excellent handmade liqueurs and honey of their own production.

Regarding the savory flavors, visitors should definitely try the traditioneller Skopelos Käsekuchen, the secret of which is the local goat cheese. Nisiotissa produces a variety of twisted pies, such as spanakopita, onion pie, milk pie, and pumpkin pie. Other traditional products include kritama and olives.

The family-oriented business undertakes weddings, christenings, and other social events.

The table outside the store is the best spot to taste all these local delicacies, made of pure traditional products.

Overall, Nisiótissa is a great place to experience the local culture and traditions of Skopelos Island while enjoying the delicious local products and supporting a family-owned business. - Auflistung QR Code