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Decided to make the drive over to the tree to see one of the oldest olive trees in Greece. I believe the tree dates back to 3000BC. Good parking. Nobody but us there at that time. There is a museum next door but didn't go...More
Nice place for a short stay (30-60 min), and the staff at the cafe is very friendly and you feel very welcome.
We visited with our 2 1/2 year old daughter, and we felt very welcome. The tree is amazing and fun to have seen...More
Fascinating tree, amazing to think it’s survived that long! Area around the tree is well presented and although the museum is pretty basic, it’s worth a quick stop if you are nearby.
There’s a small cafe next to museum, we only had drinks there but...More
What an amazing olive tree. Over 3000 years old and massive. The museum next to it was closed but looked very clean and the tree had a nice billboard full of information. Looks like there was a small tavern next to it as well.
Be there as early as you can to enjoy the serenity and birds' singing. The place gets crowded around 12 o clock. The little museum is open past 9. Make sure to visit the interior room and the new room made in 2009. Remember to...More