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How to Travel Through Customs With Olive Oil: A Survival Guide

At times, you may feel like James Bond on a top secret mission: to successfully transport the crown jewel of the Mediterranean diet. Here are a few tips to ensure the safe arrival of that Liquid Gold.

Olive Oil Tours Go From Farm to Bottle

Through the boughs of olive trees, bending under the weight of their fruits, visitors to Spain, Italy, and Croatia can experience the harvest that has kept these nations alive and healthy for generations.
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Agro-Culinary Attractions in Crete Span Ages

Visitors to scenic northwestern Crete can see a traditional stone mill, one of the world’s oldest olive trees, a modern olive oil factory and a botanical park and restaurant.

More than Music in Lucca this Summer

From 1 to 15 July, Lucca hosts the summer edition of the successful event created by Fausto Borella to promote extra virgin olive oil.
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Restaurants Embrace Crete’s Celebrated Diet

Visitors to Crete can be persuaded by its small restaurants to enjoy a traditional Cretan diet featuring high quality, extra virgin olive oil.

Travel Notes: Magnificent Siurana

Priorat is what I can only describe as the most visually intense part of Siurana, and here I must try to curb my hyperbole. I doubt I will succeed.
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10th ‘New Olive Oil Days’ in Vodnjan, Croatia

The annual celebration in Vodnjan, Croatia from November 14 to 16 features cooking demonstrations, tastings and lots of delicious Istrian olive oil.

Ancient Ruins in Amos, Turkey

A rental agreement etched in a stone tablet from the third century BC says that the tenant must plant an olive tree every year.