You can buy
From Tripoli, liquor “Tipota” (meaning “Nothing”), Mantineia wine, olives and sweets. From Vytina and Lagadia, woodcraft sculpted on walnut and linden tree wood. From Dimitsana and Stemnitsa, “glyka tapsiou” (sweets from the baking dish, which are cakes or filo pastries such as baklava, sticky walnut cake and galaktoboureko), kourabiedes (a rich, short cookie covered with powdered sugar), skaltsounia, honey, walnut and daily products. From Isari, walnuts. From Kastri, chestnuts and honey. From Astros, chylopites (Greek - pasta, like tagliatelle), lazania, sour trachanas, olive oil and olives. From Tyros, dairy products, pasta, honey, sweets, hand-woven textiles. From Leonidio, the local aubergine variety (tsakonikes), early horticulture products and wheat bread rusks. From Kosmas, pottery, woodcraft, mountain herbal tea, and “sano” (dried weeds). From Kastanitsa, top quality chestnusts.
You must taste
Try stifado (casserole-prepared meet stew with plentiful onion and tomato), spit-roast lamb, kokoretsi, splinandero, cheese, yoghurt and wine from Mantineia. In Megalopolis, kondosouvli (from pork). In the uplands (Kosmas), chevon soup. In Leonidio, aubergines - variety “tsakonikes”, diples (fried sweet with honey and walnut). In Tyros, loukoumades (fried honey puffs). In Poulithra, the choice is fish.