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Muzej Uja / Museum of Olive Oil

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Road trip around Croatia and Slovenia

We rented a car in Milna and drove around the island. One of our stops was the Museum of Olive... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Leanne L
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North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Delicious Rustic Lunch and How to make Olive Oil intro!

Stopped here on our cycle tour and had a lovely rustic lunch of locally made cheeses, tapenade... read more

Reviewed September 12, 2018
navigator153
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Fort Myers, Florida
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We rented a car in Milna and drove around the island. One of our stops was the Museum of Olive Oil. We found it easy to find and enjoyed the tour. We received a sample of several items including olive oil. We especially enjoyed the...More

Thank Leanne L
Reviewed September 12, 2018 via mobile

Stopped here on our cycle tour and had a lovely rustic lunch of locally made cheeses, tapenade, bread, prosciutto, fig jam , sponge and plum jam and , of course heavenly olive oil . Our tour guide Dora ( from the museum ) gave us...More

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Reviewed September 12, 2018 via mobile

Ticket: entree 2€/per person (babies for free), includes olive oil tasting, welcome drink and guide. Short story and small museum, but enaught information of olive making :) The city is amazing, visit it bye walk!

Thank Liis V
Reviewed August 12, 2018

I love museums, but I also like being an uncultured swine sometimes and snacking while viewing the exhibits. However, this place has it all! You'll be taken for a tour around the old mill press, and you'll hear stories how the olive oil had been...More

2  Thank pyroclastic_tephra
Reviewed June 3, 2018

This area of Croatia has been growing olives for 3000 years - and there is such an incredible feel to the place. The old mill has been lovingly restored to honour the tradition of the olive farmers heritage - with a genuine mill and press...More

Thank russkat22
Reviewed May 28, 2018

On a day with no plans we took a ferry from Split to Brac. The island is beautiful with lots of things to do at the port. We had seen Muzej Uja on tripadvisor and thought it would be interesting, we had no idea what...More

3  Thank johnthefixerman
Reviewed April 5, 2018

We travelled to Croatia with 19 teenagers in the off-season of March. The owner was kind enough to open the museum for us and offer to 'lay out some bread'. We were stunned by the kindness and generosity we received. The 'bread' turned out to...More

2  Thank jek919
Reviewed March 30, 2018 via mobile

An amazing experience! I went with a school group and most of the island’s restaurants were closed, so we weren’t able to find lunch anywhere. When we visited the museum, the owner prepared a full meal for us, (about 25 people). The museum was cute...More

Thank Sally C
Reviewed December 15, 2017 via mobile

We came in the off season, and Kruno was kind enough to open up and meet us anyway. He showed us both the new and old ways of making olive oil. Even let us push the old mill! Easier than it looked. Finished with a...More

Thank mschfmaker
Reviewed October 1, 2017

excellent story to tell. All you need to know about hard work and making of oil oil. They serve traditional food, sheep cheese, smoked ham, anchovies with capers, olive pate and other meals on ordered. excellent red wine , and of course gold olive oil...More

Thank Krešimir S
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