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Join us from Korcula Town, as we journey the length of the island and spend the day tasting and discovering one of Korcula’s prized products, olive oil. Whether or not you consider yourself to be an olive oil connoisseur, this is a fantastic tour for anyone who wants to see a side to Korcula Island so few get to explore.
For our final tasting we drive along country lanes to the olive grove of one of Korcula Island’s most renowned olive oil producers. Here we meet our host over an olive infused cup of tea before wandering around the olive trees. We return to the small rural family house for an olive oil tasting with a guided lesson. As we relax in nature and enjoy the spectacular views, we will then be served a tasty three course late lunch with wine, including the traditional Dalmatian dish “peka”. It’s then time to return back to Korcula Town.
Activities > Culinary Tours > Olive Oil Tour
Time of Tour:
Cost of Tour:
May to mid-October
10:00 (tour lasts approx 5-6 hours)
80€ per person
Transport from / to Korcula Town
Olive Oil Tasting at 3 local producers
Olive mill visit
Walk around olive grove
Olive tea, 3 course lunch & wine at an olive grove
Visit to old Olive Tree
You many wish to bring water for the journey
Olive Oil can be purchased at all 2 producers
Full payment required in advance
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Meeting/ Departure Point:
Centre of Korcula Town
A map with the meeting location marked will be included in Tour Confirmation
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We really enjoyed the tour and your choices of vineyards and local oil producers were excellent.
Vera, September 2017
Sorry not to have thanked you before. But belated huge thank you for just such wonderful experiences. Sitting up,at Marias farm in the olive trees I thought I had died and gone to heaven . I didn't have a camera but I like to look and feel a place and I have it in my memory bank.
Clare, May 2017
This tour was so enjoyable, who would have thought that Olive Oil could be interesting. We were collected by Rachel, who ran the tour and driven to our first stop, where we had wonderful breads oils and Wine! we spent a very happy hour here before we moved on to the next stop, a small privately run business and our hosts here were wonderful. We tasted numerous oils, syrups and then to my husbands delight, Grappa! The oils were delicious my favourite was the lemon infused, which tasted like lemon drizzle cake. After many purchases, including an essential oil mix for 'cold legs' ( I kid you not) we were dragged away and on to our final stop an olive grove in the hills, where our lovely host Maria, had put on a wonderful spread for lunch including Peka, it was delicious. After more olive oil tasting much wine and cakes, we left for a tour of the distillery. This was such a wonderful day and very good value for money. Rachel was delightful and informative and we would highly recommend this tour.
I booked the Olive Oil and Wine Tasting Tour (new this year) on 9/8 - my birthday! We were greeted at our hotel by Rachael, who was nothing but friendly, informative and quite a wonderful driver - might I add. While en route to pick up another couple we encountered a torrential downpour, which knocked rocks into the middle of the winding seaside roads, created huge puddles and next-to-no visibility. Needless to say we survived picked up the other couple and made it to our first stop, Blato to taste some oil and sample some wine. To be honest, while this stop wasn't bad it was just so different from the other two options. We were at a store versus someone's home or orchard and it felt a little out of place. The wine was great, however. There's also a Blato storefront in Korcula Town where I planned to purchase some wine before I left the Island. Our second stop was in Vela Luka at someone's home (think her name was Maria). I was very impressed with her story and many of her essential oils, etc. This was a nice stop that offered some great flavored olive oil and liquors. Our last stop Fanito's family olive grove was really wonderful. Maria - who was possibly the cheeriest person I've ever met - spoke at length about olive oil and her family. She walked us through the orchard, pointed things out, picked figs for us to try and more. She also cooked a delicious peka that we had for a late lunch. During lunch, we sampled an assortment of the olive oils they produce, Maria even led us in how to properly taste the oil - via a shot glass. We also had the pleasure of going to her family's olive oil press to see how everything comes together - Maria also detoured us en route to the oil press to point out what is apparently a 2,000 year old olive tree, which was pretty cool. Overall, I'd recommend this tour - it's definitely something you can do anywhere and gives you a nice slice of life in Korcula. I only wish I had skipped breakfast as there was SO much food served throughout the day!