We visited this lemon grove on the recommendation of many others on TripAdvisor. I must say, we were fairly unimpressed. Yes, it is free, yes, there is shade, yes, there is limoncello tasting at the end. Other than that, there's not much to it. You walk through a lemon grove, I'd estimate to be at 2-3 acres in size (their production grove is much larger and outside of the city), and when you get to the end, there is basically a little shack with an attendant who serves the samples. There are a lot of different ones to choose from, lemon, orange, even blueberry liquer. We bought a sampler pack to bring home. You can buy loose oranges and lemons from a cart they have nearby and eat them on the picnic tables under the lemon trees. It is a nice thing to walk through, but I wouldn't say it's a destination. We thought it would take much longer and possibly have some sort of presentation on how it's made (similar to a winery), but we were in and out in less than 20 minutes. Note: there is no bathroom, and nowhere to wash your hands if you are going to sit and eat an orange, you'll be sticky until you can find one.
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