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It's a modest museum, but it is interesting to see as it offers information about The Monumental Olive Tree of Vouves - the oldest tree of its kind on the island and one of the oldest in the world. It's free to visit. It showcases...More
You'll walk through the small museum in about 10 minutes. But there are some interesting things, if you're interested in olive oil history!
Museum entrance is free of charge.
Outside you'll find the famous olive tree of vouves and a taverna.
Located just 5 miles from the coast this is worth a visit > the two old trees are impressive though the museum is small. Ironically funded by the EU the place is well presented and good car parking but could do with more explanation and...More
I loved the late afternoon, early evening train trip to the mountains. Lovely views and welcome breeze. The cave was lovely too. Did not like the hardsell roadside layby stop for the sole purpose of someone to sell olive oil from the boot of their...More
The idea is good but is very poor. It needs more items so that it can be more interesting. There is no entry fee. The history of olive oil and olives in Crete goes back thousands of years and there is lot more to offer.