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The Ancient Olives of Montenegro

Price: $107.00
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The Ancient Olives of Montenegro

Start your day being picked up by your friendly local guide who will take you to the Lustica Peninsula, the still relatively-untouched haven of secluded beaches and idyllic villages nestled between the Adriatic Sea and Boka Bay.

Enjoy traversing the green, rolling hills and passing charming hamlets in a culturally rich area dotted with 20 churches as you make your way to one of the many family-run farms to learn all there is to know about olive oil production.

Upon arrival you will be met with a welcome drink and the opportunity to taste a sampling of traditional organic delights such as smoked prosciutto, different cheeses, olives, olive oil and local wine. Take some time to wander through the olive groves and take photos before your return ride to port.

This formerly isolated area has recently been discovered by tourists and developers alike, book now for a chance to experience Lustica's simple, unspoiled beauty while you still can.

Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration
4 Hours
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided
Snacks, Beverages
Recommended Dress
We recommend wearing comfortable, seasonal weather appropriate clothing and walking shoes.
This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
5 Stars5Based On 6 Reviews Review This Tour
4 StarsInformative & enjoyableJanuary 08, 2020

Reviewer: Jeannie Law
The hosts welcomed us with a traditional spirit and/or juice. I learned a lot about how olive oil is produced and toured their property. We then sat down for some yummy cheese, meat & of course olives. I really enjoyed this excursion.

5 StarsConnecting with localsDecember 03, 2019

This was a fantastic excursion. Fun trip through the hills to get to destination. The hosts were welcoming and you got to see how they used to make olive oil. They served a delicious ample snack of their olives and olive oil, cheese, bread and wine. We asked many questions and the hosts spoke good English so we could communicate well. Highly recommend this tour.

5 StarsCouldn't have been betterOctober 28, 2019

Reviewer: O. T.
I was the only one to select this tour and they still put out all the welcome mats. Sanja as guide was just wonderful as we traveled to be greeted by the most charming family you could imagine. I was then treated to a variety of cheeses, meats, olives, drinks, and oils while having the most pleasant of conversations where I learned that, despite vast distances, many of the values people hold are essentially universal. Highly recommended!

5 StarsUnexpectedly PleasedSeptember 23, 2019

Reviewer: Eddy G
I was beyond surprised by this tour. We get on the van and we take off. We drove out of Kotor into the country. We got a real look into the areas where the residents live. The views were breathtaking. You could see the ocean and all the mountains from high up and words cannot describe how great they were. We arrive at our destination and we were welcomed by the kindest family. They were so happy to welcome us into their home and tell us the history of it, how olive is made for their community. They provided us with delicious food and wine! The interaction with the family was so special that we dare to say this was easily one of the top tours we took during our 14-day vacation. Now, we have to give a special shootout to our tour guide Sanja. She truly cared about giving us a great experience. She accompanied us the whole trip, she made sure to take breathtaking pictures of us with amazing views in the background and we learned so much about Montenegro thanks to her.


Reviewer: Beth Raines
After a breathtakingly scenic drive up into the the hills, we arrived at a 300 year old olive grove set in a tiny village complete with stone church. We sampled limoncello, orange liqueur and cherry brandy all made from fruit in their garden. Walked around their property then had lunch, once again sll their own products. The olive pressing and processes have not changed in all the years and the family live a modern life but faithfully respecting the past. It was a memorable and most satisfying day. Would love to go back!

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