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Address: Danezi Street, Greece
Phone Number: +30 2286 027051
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Description: Welcome to “Deli Art Galleria”, a shop located in the heart of Santorini...
Welcome to “Deli Art Galleria”, a shop located in the heart of Santorini, where you can find a great variety of Greek aromas and foods. Our goal is to show and promote fine products from different Greek places. Our wide range of products is here to satisfy even the most demanding customer... extra virgin olive oil of supreme quality can take your cooking to the next level, while aged balsamic vinegars can make your salads really flavourful... If you are connaisseurs of fine wine, “Deliart Galleria” is the best spot to taste a selection of white wines from Santorini. Try not to forget to taste “Vinsanto”, the famous naturally sweet wine. If you're looking for something different, don't hesitate to drink a shot of cold mastic or rakomelo, which are both spirits of Chios and Amorgos respectively. Your palate won't be disappointed by various delicious Greek sweets, such as traditional and more special loukoumis (Turkish delights), spoon sweets and honey... If you're intersted in folk tradition and you want to learn more about it, you're in the right place...handmade Orthodox icons of distinctive style will catch your eye, while rosewood and rose backgammons will challenge you to play. The sound of amber komboloi (worry beads) from "Kombologadiko", a very well-known shop, as well as colours and properties of semi-precious stones will introduce you to their fascinating world.
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great place to buy Greek olive oil

This is a great place with high end Greek products. It has a big collection of olive oils, wines and other products from all over Greece. I went to buy ultra premium olive oil and... read more

5 of 5 starsReviewed August 19, 2014
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 19, 2014

This is a great place with high end Greek products. It has a big collection of olive oils, wines and other products from all over Greece. I went to buy ultra premium olive oil and I found allio olive oil very nice and tasteful. The owner was very kind and knowledgeable about olive oil. This is the place to buy... More 

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed December 6, 2013

My girlfriend and I went to DeliArt to buy some high end products as souvenires (and presents for ourselves) from our travels in the Greek Islands. We got some wonderful olive oil, honey, and sea salt. Their liquor selection also looked wonderful, but, because we were shipping our products home, we couldn't buy any alcohol. The staff at DeliArt was... More 

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