We had an interesting trip out to the olive press factory/museum. Outside the building was a selection of old farming and olive press equipment. Inside the English speaking guide talked through the process of making olive oil and products made using the oil. He talked through the process as he led us through the factory. He was very knowledgeable and made the visit well worthwhile. At the end of the visit you can sample and purchase the products. What seemed like a questionable and unexciting choice of somewhere to visit - actually turned out to be far more interesting, enjoyable and educational than first thought. Well worth a visit and sample and buy the oil - it was delicious!
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