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In kamihis Farm you will have the chance to be a farmer for a day..the cretan way!You will learn about the herbs and wild green, taste fruit from our trees, feed the animals, milk the sheep, and have a ride with Louiza the donkey! Learn and make...more
If you are In Zaros, or in Crete anyway, you have to visit this place. Very authentic experience, very inspiring! You learn a lot, will make and taste amazing fresh delicious food, meet the sweetest local people existing and get the chance to get close...More
We were warmly welcomed by the charming hosts, made bread, cheese pies, milked goats, collected eggs, fed the goats, met the dogs and learned about Cretan traditions and philosophy. Not sure if he's always there but we also were treated to a lute player and...More
Really lovely half-day excursion in the mountains of Crete. A wonderful day to experience life on a working farm - baking bread, making cheese, visiting animals and a lovely lunch. My preschoolers adored it (as did their adults)
We had a very nice Day with the whole family, making our own bread, cheese and lunch and milking the goats and meeting all other animals. This is really a child-friendly environment. Thans for all your advice and explanations. We Will always remember your warm...More
We (family 2 girls, 13 and 15) joined the bread baking session. Kamihis and his charming wife made this in a wonderfull experience for us! great atmosphere, great filosofy the way they live and want to show this to their visitors! the best excursion/trip we...More
Went as a group with Riviera Travel. Fed goats, pigs, collected eggs and cuddled a baby goat. Great fun and the family were so friendly. Made bread, pastries and then all sat down to eat our produce with aGreek salad and some carob 'squash'. Very...More
The passion to explain and demonstrate the rural traditions comes from Helena and Mickalis. What an amazing family! They live the self sufficiency eco dream. What an anti dote to the wrongs of the modern world where we have lost out connection to the land...More
I came with a friend for what I thought was a 2-h cheese-making class. It was so much more. After learning about herbs and plants, olives and wine, traditional farming methods that were green before that was even a movement, after riding the donkey, collecting...More
The Kamihis family made it an enjoyable experience. We got to make bread& pies the traditional way. We met& fed the animals& milked the goat. We had an exceptional meal all freshly made farm produce. A really enjoyable experience.