The Olive plant has a long history in Cyprus, and this is the place to learn about it. The museum takes you through the history of olice cultivation in the region, and if you visit during winter (October – February), you’ll even be able to see olive-oil extraction in action. There are also exhibits on the role olives plays in Cypriote culture, and the various professions associated with it.
If this sounds like a boring sort of visit, you’d be surprised – practically no one who visits fails to be thrilled. The restaurant here serves up traditional Cypriote food, and the gift shop sells merchandise. Also, there is a park outside, sort of an olive grove – it’s a nice place for a stroll and the air carries a lovely scent. Kids can ride a pony. Definitely check out the old water mill. The staff is extremely hospitable and friendly.
Oleastro Olive Park And Museum Travel Tips
- The archaeology museum and the zoo are close.
Entrance Ticket Details For Oleastro Olive Park And Museum
- EUR 2 for kids
- Free for under 2
- Pony rides: EUR 3.50
How to Reach Oleastro Olive Park And Museum
- You’ll have to drive to here.
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18.03% of people who visit Limassol include Oleastro Olive Park And Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
70.79% of people start their Oleastro Olive Park And Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Oleastro Olive Park And Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Oleastro Olive Park And Museum