Rhodes and the Dodecanese Sights

Siana

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Published 12/21/2015

Fodor's Review

This small town perches on the wooded slopes of Mt. Acramitis above a vast, fertile valley. A popular stop on the tourist trail, Siana is known for its fragrant honey and for souma (a very strong, sweet wine that resembles a grape-flavor schnapps); look for stands selling both. Or make a stop at Manos (closed mid-Nov.–Jan.), a little taverna/shop past town church on main road, or one of several other shops along the street that sell Siana's renowned honey and walnuts, as well as souma, a potent firewater made from figs.

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Siana, Rhodes, 85105, Greece

Published 12/21/2015

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