I like horiatiko bread and it is my first choice, but I buy also me prozimi (με προζύμι) bread. It literaly means bread with yeast, but in practice it means sourdough bread. The fascination of 'me prozimi' bread is that it is so different from one bakery to another.
Yesterday I tried this bakery for the first time; it is in Passalimani area of Piraeus, Greece. Evidently it in business since 1929.
Normally, the Greek bakeries give you the bread in prastic bag, but this one wrapped the bread in a piece of paper. As the freshly baked bread need to 'breath', this is the correct way to handle the warm bread (yes, it was still warm).
It had an intriguing shape, as if it was twisted. The shape of the bottom suggests that the dough was pretty soft when it was put into the oven.
Section. It is light and airy. The crust is cruntchy and the slightly yellow-ish white part is soft and moist.