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Mavroudis Family Museum and Modern Olive Oil Press

Vraganiotika 49080, Greece
+30 2661 076759
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Very nice visit

We visited this oil farm and learnt a lot of things. The guide make us visit the little museum at... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Eyezer
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Lille, France
Wonderful place to stop for some information on Olives

We had a great tour and learned a lot about the olive oil and the olives themselves. The peak point... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Kamil M
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We have searched for artifacts depicting the traditional methods of olive oil extraction , including donkey and hand driven millstones dating from 16oo,hand and diesel driven presses dating from 1906 and many more..... These artifacts have been renovated to depict olive oil production from the mid 1850s to present day.We offer a tour and olive oil tasting.
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Vraganiotika 49080, Greece
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+30 2661 076759
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited this oil farm and learnt a lot of things. The guide make us visit the little museum at the left of the farm with all the old machines that were used in the past to make olive oil. He seemed to be passionate...More

Thank Eyezer
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a great tour and learned a lot about the olive oil and the olives themselves. The peak point was the olive oil tasting, the olive oil made by Mavroudis Famiil is just superb! We bought a lot. If you would like to buy...More

Thank Kamil M
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Reviewed 6 February 2018 via mobile

Absolutely delightful tour lead by a great guy (the one with black hair) whose family has been in the business for generations. We listened, learned, tasted and thoroughly enjoyed our visit

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Reviewed 18 October 2017

Highly recommended to visit! We spontaneously stopped there when passing by and where surprised when we received an very interesting tour on historical and modern technics to produce olive oil by the nice owners. They were very open to answer our questions and there was...More

Thank Janine4001
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

During the visit I've learned how olive oil was produced throughout history. They sell extra virgin olive oil with a good quality and soft taste. I bought 3 liters with 29 euros.

Thank danisha_cy
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

We stopped by to buy some oil and were pleasantly surprised to see a museum there. Mavroudis family created a free museum to show visitors how oil was made centuries ago. The family acquired authentic machines that were used in Corfu throughout time. Spiros was...More

Thank natdan011
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

Great place to stop by on a hot day. Would be great to see the factory working, but we were in summer before the production starts. Still loved the tour. Well worth a visit.

Thank Simplz
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Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

We stopped by here to get an insight into olive oil and how it's made. The owners (brothers) were very welcoming and took time to talk us through how olive oil was pressed by hand, then donkey, then steam engine right up to modern day....More

Thank Vwake2904
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Reviewed 29 July 2017

The Mavroudis Family Museum is definitely worth popping over to see! The tour is set up like a timeline...how olive oil has been made from past to present. They show you each step with the various equipment from hundreds of years ago to now. The...More

Thank Arissa P
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Reviewed 29 May 2017

This little gem of a museum and modern olive oil press is a fabulous place to learn the history and the making of Olive oil. The new museum is built to the traditional Corfiot style and is a very impressive building. The family are very...More

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