The olive trees are aged 30 years and the plot has irrigation system.
In the past, the wealth of people was measured by the number of olive trees that they owned.
Olives in Crete are very special and just about every property has a tree or one near by.
They can be seen everywhere from the olive farms to the beaches and even in the middle of walk ways.
An olive tree can live for several hundred years and each olive tree becomes a work of art in its? own right
– the older a tree becomes the more intricate and interesting the growth pattern.
This beautiful, enduring tree represents peace, fruitfulness, purification and also strength,victory and reward (Olympic Games).
The olive tree and its produce have played an important role throughout the centuries in the nutrition, therapeutic care of the body,
economy and religious ceremonies. The olive tree is a sacred tree which had economic, cultural and spiritual value.
Olive trees&amp;amp;amp;amp;nbsp; considered the gold of Crete and enjoy a great reputation in global exports.
Do not miss the chance to have your own organic olive oil production you yourself have cultivated!
There is nothing compared to the pleasure of being part of the growth and enjoying the fruit of your work!
This could be also a great chance for profit or alternatively for private use with friends and family.
The county of Kissamos lies in the westernmost region of Crete extending to 150,000 km.
Of particular interest are the villages of Kissamos where you will find very good food, paths and depending on season, folk music events.
In the village of Vouves of Kissamos in Chania, one will find the oldest olive tree in the world, as it is 3000 years old,
a fact generally acknowledged by the international scientific community.
In the town of Kissamos you can enjoy swimming at a beach from April to October, shopping in the city center and have a drink in a bar
or enjoy good Cretan cuisine with organic fresh products.
Near Kissamos you will find the globally known sandy beaches of Falasarna and Balos with its turquoise waters and Elafonisi known for its pink sand.
During the summer months, many events take place throughout the city and villages.
During the winter months you will find several coffee-bar for coffee or a drink and of course many taverns with Cretan cuisine and good music
that will invite you to the locals' lifestyle.