Homemade Pasta “The Mills”
The nostalgia of the taste of the unaltered tastes of our childhood and the purity of the products of the past have prompted us to establish a traditional pasta shop called “The Mills”.
With a source of inspiration in the old, traditional way, based on recipes that have been transmitted from generation to generation, we have created our pasta.
We knead with excellent quality flour, fresh eggs and fresh milk.
The natural way of drying our pasta helps them maintain their unique aroma and enchanting flavor. The tradition combined with the state-of-the-art equipment of our company combines and creates our pure quality and delicious products.
By searching for other hidden recipes with traditional flavors, we aim at enriching our product range to cover all the tastes of our customers.
With respect to our customers,
Family business Panagiotis Sakkari.
Niata Of Lakonia
|The Municipality of Niata is semi-mountainous and dry, except for Apidia that has underground water resources and there are grown citrus fruits, vegetables, olives and tobacco. Within the boundaries of St. Dimitriou and Niatas are cultivated with dry olives. There is remarkable livestock farming, almost ecological. The honey of the region is of excellent quality, because it has thyme. There are taverns, which also offer traditional dishes such as handmade spaghetti ghoghes or ghogas, hay, pies, pigeons etc. The visitor has the opportunity to purchase local pasta from Niata, feta cheese, mizithra and oil.
Ag. Dimitrios was built after 1850 by the inhabitants of the village of Gokotsali. In 1944, the Germans completely burned down and executed 21 inhabitants, mostly women and children and elders. Apidi has a life of 6000 years. Originally it was called Old Komi, in Roman times it is referred to as Pleia. The jewel of Apidia is the church of the Assumption of the Virgin, unique in architecture. Also marvelous is the marble iconostasis with rich decoration. Kremasti, at an altitude of 800 meters, has springs and next to the village begins a fir forest. Niata was built during the last Byzantine years. On September 18, 1825, there were violent kidnapping of 74 children, 7 women and a massacre of 30 men by Ibrahim.
In Niata are remarkable old windmills on the hill and the dozens of stone wells around the village.