Travel Europe Greece Scenes from Kea, Greece Published Aug 16, 2010 8:00 AM Travel SHARE Pastries at a bakery on the island of Kea, in the Cyclades archipelago. Penny De Los Santos The port town of Korissia, on Kea. Penny De Los Santos Fried whitebait and onions at Rolando’s Ouzerie in the mountain village of Ioulis, on the island of Kea. Penny De Los Santos Fishing off the coast of Kea. Penny De Los Santos Aglaia Kremezi harvesting artichokes from her garden in Kea. Penny De Los Santos The sun breaking through the clouds off the coast of Kea. Penny De Los Santos Octopus being grilled over hardwood coals in Kea. Penny De Los Santos A meal of sea bass wrapped in fig leaves and fresh tomatoes, in the outdoor kitchen of Aglaia Kremezi and Costas Moraitis. Penny De Los Santos Europe Greece Travel MORE TO READ RELATED Why Did a Seafood Watch Group Red-List American Lobster—and Cause an Uproar? The rating warns consumers to avoid it. Maine lobstermen are pushing back. READ NOW RELATED How to Choose and Cut a Durian, According to a Grower Don’t be daunted by the spikes—this odorous tropical fruit is a sweet, creamy delicacy. RELATED The Quest to Find the Ultimate Fish Taco A journey through Baja revealed boundless variations on the coastal classic—these three recipes were the best of the bunch.