Andreas, those are absolutely beautiful figs. They look delicious!
Could you explain the flavor? Like berry tasting, or rich, or nutty, crunchy? Pretend you are describing wine....
I noticed you are confused about your zone. When I visited Greece, it has many of the plants we have here in Southern California. I'm not sure where Patra is in Greece, but we stood in the water one day near Posidon, and this warm wind blew, and it felt like home. All of Greece, even the mountains, remind me of California. It's sad we don't have your beautiful aqua Mediterranean seas here.
If your weather is humid, not dry, Florida zones would be similar to your spot in Greece, but if the weather is dry, and olives, vineyards, citrus, and poppies thrive, then Southern California Zones 9-10 would be closest. Our zones are based on chill hours. If the winters freeze for many days, then the zones are in the low numbers. If there is very little freeze hours to none, then the zones are in the higher numbers. It's always a guess for sure because within an area a higher elevation will be a different zone than a lower one. I'm surrounded by zone 9, but I'm zone 9b because it's warmer here in winter, and cooler in summer... just a little, not much. Much of Southern California is very dry. The coast is cooler and inland is hotter, but it's still usually very dry.