The islands of the Aegean Sea have something for every kind of traveller. For those looking for a destination where the locals outnumber the visitors, Kea – also know as Tzia – is the place to be. While Kea might be low on tourists, it’s big on outdoor sports, archaeology and, according to food writer and journalist Aglaia Kremezi, some of the best produce in the Cyclades archipelago. Considered one of Greece’s foremost cooking authorities, Kremezi lives on the island and runs a cooking school there. Who could possibly plan a tastier vacation to Kea?