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Explore the Secrets of Wine, Olives, and Cretan Knives

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Chania, Crete, Greece

  • Activities

    Lifestyle, Wine Tour

  • Price
    $97 USD per person
  • Duration

    8 Hrs

  • Avg Distance

    100km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Tuesday - Saturday; 8:30 am from Chania, 8:50 am from Platanias, and 9:15 from Kolimvari.

  • Starting Location

    Either Chania, Platanias, or Kolimvari

  • Price Includes

    Olive Mill guided tour, olive oil tasting and entrance fees. Winery guided tour and wine tasting. Olive oil museum entrance fees Lunch with wine Cretan Knife exhibition guided tour and entrance fees.

  • Notes

    Ideal for everyone, youth groups, single or couple participants. The trip has guided stops every 30 to 40 minutes. The trip is not recommended for children under 8 years old. The wine tasting is not available for children under 18yrs old. Don’t forget your trekking shoes and your camera.

Highlights

  • Visit a modern olive oil mill see how Cretans harvest their olives, how olive oil is produced and taste some local varieties of olive oil. Visit an olive oil museum and it's exhibition.
  • Visit a winery and see how wine is made and taste different varieties accompanied with local treats.
  • Enjoy a lunch break in the yard of a Cretan village under Oak Trees with the Cretan hospitality that characterize us.
  • Pass through a magnificent gorge with natural springs and dense vegetation.
  • Visit a 16th century Cretan house and learn everything about Cretan knife and their culture.

Trip Info

Find out all about Cretans culture and their secrets for a long life on a day trip safari, with the help of our Land Rovers. You will see how Cretans harvest olives and produce extra virgin oil by visiting an olive mill. Then you will enjoy a full guided tour for wine tasting and see the whole wine making process. In addition you will learn about Cretan knives by visiting a 16th century Cretan House and its exhibition. No trip would be complete without tasting unique home made food in a small village tavern, served by the locals.

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