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Oleastro Olive Park and Museum, Anogyra

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The name: ‘Oleastro’ derives from Latin Olea Europea Oleaster and Ancient Greek ởλέαστρο, the wild olive tree, a species still met in Cyprus.

The Company: A small but dynamic company, Oleastro Enterprises Ltd. is the market leader in the Cyprus organic olive oil market. Its main competitive advantages are its umcompromised commitment to top quality olive oil, innovation, and flexibility. In numerous occasions, ranging from EU projects to addressing professional organizations and MBA classes, Oleastro Enterprises Ltd has been selected for benchmarking.

Its line of business:

1) olive (theme) park and

2) production, extraction, bottling and trading of top quality organic olive oil.

Its people: Oleastro Enterprises Ltd. is the brainchild of Andreas and Lina Ellinas with the support of their children Daniel and Natalie. Our friends call us ‘romantic fools’ for our love and devotion to the olive tree, the Mediterranean diet, and the island’s countryside that we consider the ‘heart’ of Cyprus.
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TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
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Google
4.3
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  • We visited this "museum" at saturday afternoon. Wasting the time, nothing interesting to see, boring and poor exhibition... Save your money and visit other places. 
    We visited this "museum" at saturday afternoon. Wasting the time, nothing interesting to see, boring and poor exhibition... Save your money and visit other places.  more »
  • The drive up there was beautiful but, although it’s not an expensive entrance fee, I really wouldn’t botheri. Having said that, the ‘floating’ donkey was a sight to behold and the highlight of our... 
    The drive up there was beautiful but, although it’s not an expensive entrance fee, I really wouldn’t botheri. Having said that, the ‘floating’ donkey was a sight to behold and the highlight of our...  more »
  • Please save your money and time and not suggesting this stop. Takes some time to find - it’s not well marked. The park is not maintained with its over grown with its overgrown foliage obscuring... 
    Please save your money and time and not suggesting this stop. Takes some time to find - it’s not well marked. The park is not maintained with its over grown with its overgrown foliage obscuring...  more »
Google
  • A very beautiful little gem in Anogyra village. Google location was a bit out but If you look at the signs you will easily find it. Watched a video about olive oil and tasted for free their own product. Wish there was a little more bread 😂.
  • Very nice for children, they can feed the farm animals. Enterance fee is 3€ for an adult. The olive oil in not less than fantastic! Good prices for the oil (1L=10€, 1.5L=14€)
  • Great place, quite (while we were there), blissful, €3 per person, I see people complaining that’s it’s only cash… we’ll make sure you have cash in Mediterranean Countries…. It’s a given. It’s in the middle on nowhere, out of the hustle and bustle of the city, which is what makes it special. Small place, cute, I wouldn’t mind paying a bigger price for the ticket 🎟 to taste more of their products. They have a little cafe to serve you, water, coffee, beer etc. The owners are super friendly, please do bother them to ask questions about Olives, Oil, Cyprus History etc etc they will try to accommodate all of your questions. We end up buying olive oil, honey and vinaigrette 😋 🤤
  • My boyfriend and I visited when it was very quiet. We were left to our own devices, which we preferred. We enjoyed feeding the animals (who appeared well-looked after), the signs and information were simple but informative. The free olive and oil tasting was generous and delicious! Reasonably priced throughout (shop and entry), didn’t feel ripped off like some tourist attractions. Would recommend for something different to do in the area!
  • A small gem and a surprise - we stopped there for a short time and learnt about the place from the new owners who have a long term vision to revive this nice place. We bought 4 liters of excellent quality olive oil made on location. Good luck! בהצלחה

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