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Visit an olive oil mill in Corinth region!

Four generations of family tradition in extra virgin olive oil production is unveiled in front of you!

Walk around the old olive groves, where the first olive tree by this family was planted. Step into their ancestors’ paths, on the ancient Solygeia soils where the sacred olive tree has survived through the centuries!

Enjoy the spectacular view of the Saronic gulf and the surrounding hills and admire the natural beauty of the region!
Follow a guided tour to the facilities of the olive oil mill and taste the extra virgin olive oil through an interactive olive oil seminar full of secrets that you never imagined before!

Tours:

  1. Olive tour & olive oil tasting

Duration: 30-40 min

  • – Guided tour to our facilities
  • – Brief video presentation of the extra virgin olive oil production, ‘’From the olive tree … into the bottle’’
  • – Tasting of our extra virgin olive oils ‘’Soligea’’ (manaki variety [Classic], koroneiki variety [Unique] and a blend of both [Premium])

 2. Olive tour, olive oil seminar & tasting

Duration: 60-70 minute

  • – Visit our family grove – Guided tour to our facilities
  • – Video presentation of the extra virgin olive oil production, ‘’From the olive tree … into the bottle’’
  • – Tasting of our extra virgin olive oils ‘’Soligea’’ (manaki variety [Classic], koroneiki variety [Unique] and a blend of both [Premium])
  • – Tasting of other olive products (olive paste, olives)
  • – Olive oil seminar

During the seminar you will learn:

  • to evaluate olive oil and keep tasting notes
  • to distinguish aromatic & tasting characteristics
  • to compare extra virgin olive oil with other oils
  • how to store olive oil properly
  • to accompany food with our extra virgin olive oils
  • why extra virgin olive oil is so essential in our daily life

**Advanced booking is required**

Available departures

**Advanced booking is required**
Unfortunately, no places are available on this activity at the moment

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