August last year I had a holiday in Trianta, on the island named Rhodes. It wasn't a very touristic area, but close to most of the attractions and sights (with a taxi it took around 30 min to reach Rhodes city).
Close to our hotel, there was a small grocery store that had most of the basic supplies you'd want during your stay, like coffee, water, bread etc.
The prices however were much higher than I expected it to be. Almost 2 times as high as you'd pay in the Netherlands. In other shops we've encountered the same, or at least similar prices.
I'm wondering, is this usual for greek people? Or do they go to different places to do their groceries?