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All reviews informative tour garlic olive oil whole process no pressure to buy free entrance worth a visit fun train interesting place to visit takes place on display for sale bring home explained everything interesting information hired a car tasting session extra virgin
We were the only people visiting when we arrived. The gentleman that worked there was very nice and told us about the machinery and about the differences in olive tree growth in Greece and the UK.
We went inside and didn't feel at all pressured...More
Walked from Kalamaki all the way to the “ museum” , as it wasn’t a hot day . Enjoyed the countryside once through Laganas , lots of olive groves and hills . Finally arrived , to find a large “ lock up “, some machinery...More
It was cool to see how olive oil was made over the years and to try the different oils they had! I didn’t not expect the oil with orange to be tasty but it was really good and I bought some to bring home. No...More
Was really excited to come here - hired a quad bike to get up & found it easily. We were just beginning our demonstration part - the gentleman had put on a video for us about how the olives were produced & we were looking...More
A great place to visit with the family that teaches and you learn about olive oil and the process to make it..The information is good and the how they work closely with the local olive growers . Then you can buy olive oil products and...More
What a great place. The staff are very helpful and always willing to talk. Great to find out about Olive oil production. We came two years ago and they remembered us and what oil we liked. A must visit.
The tour is very short and the guide, therefore, keeps you entertained and focused. You will get information not only about the place and how they produce olive oil, but you will get interesting information which will help you to choose olive oil of good...More
We visited as part of the Fun Train tour. We received a warm welcome and an informative tour of this new modern approach to olive oil processing. We gained a valuable insight into the process and learned a lot about how this industry operates. There...More
We dropped in here after visiting Keri. This isn't just a museum, but a fully working olive oil factory. The entry and guided tour was free and lasted about 20 mins with great spoken English from the guide. After the tour we could help ourselves...More
The tour of this factory was interesting and informative, the oils were delicious and nothing goes to waste, some of the oil and residue goes over to msinland Greece where it is turned into soaps and other products and some of these are then sent...More
Hi, I'm happy to let you know it's free entry. You just turn up, though I don't know the opening hours, I'm afraid. They rely on visitors buying the produce after sampling everything from the free taster table at the end of... More
Hi, I'm happy to let you know it's free entry. You just turn up, though I don't know the opening hours, I'm afraid. They rely on visitors buying the produce after sampling everything from the free taster table at the end of the tour. They don't do a hard sell, just allow you to taste and test what you want to. I can recommend the oils. especially the orange and lemon ones. They are delicious. also, the olive oil soap is fantastic for removing stains and oil from laundry. We'll be returning in a few weeks to stock up! I do hope you enjoy your visit 😊