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The Olive Press Museum of Archipelagos Society was one of the first steam-powered factories on Lesvos Island and in the Aegean which operated continuously until the early 1970s, when it closed down and surrendered to the decay of time. In 1999, this...more
The olive press museum is beautifully presented. We were pleasantly surprised by the entrance charge of 3€ per person, our 2 year old daughter was free of charge. We hired an audio set for 1€, which talked us through the exhibition, room by room. The...More
We followed the signs and thought we might get stuck down a couple of very narrow lanes so parked on a piece of land next to the church on the main road. We could have gotten to the museum in the car if we had...More
Worth to visit, nice history of making olive oil. Well explained procedures, wide collection of equipments. The opening hours isn't the one shown on internet, better to give them a call before your visit
This has only been opened for about 5 years and is set out very well. The staff are very well informed and enthusiastic. We ended up with a much clearer idea of the whole process which was useful since we had seen thousands of olive...More
You have the Aegean sea in front of your eyes! A former oil press factory has been
converted to a hotel with an impresive thirty meters high chimney as a trademark.
The cosy guest rooms are arranged around an inner stone-paved courtyard, while others offer...More