Hands-on Olive Harvesting : A Tasteful Experience in Bodrum

by | Jan 21, 2024 | Blog | 0 comments

Towards the end of autumn, a wonderful event begins under the olive trees on the southern coast of Turkey: the olive harvest. This experience involves the process of picking olives, pressing them and producing the highest quality olive oils. But it is not just a harvest, it is an adventure full of flavour. Discover the hands-on olive harvest at the Birdcage 33 Boutique Hotel! 

Hands-on Olive Harvesting : Meeting the Bounty of Nature  


The olive harvest, which begins in November, is greeted with enthusiasm on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast. During this time, the olive groves are overflowing with workers, and the green treasure on the trees is being harvested. The olives are carefully selected and picked using traditional methods. 


Olive Oil Oroduction: The secret of Naturalness and Quality    

Once the olives have been harvested, they are taken to processing plants where they are pressed to produce olive oil. During this process, meticulous efforts are made to produce oil of the highest quality and naturalness. The resulting olive oil leaves an unforgettable mark on the palate with its freshness and fruity flavour. 

Hands-on Olive Harvesting :  A Journey of Taste    

Olive oil tasting is the culmination of this journey of taste. The Birdcage 33 Boutique Hotel in Bodrum offers this experience to its guests, making it an unforgettable holiday experience. Olive oil tasting courses are held in the company of expert guides and provide participants with information about the different types of olive oil. 

Reservation and Details    

Bookings are required at least 48 hours in advance to take part in the hands-on olive harvest. Book your place now to enjoy this unique experience and discover the natural beauty of Turkey.    

You are invited to discover Turkey’s rich gastronomic culture with hands-on olive harvesting on your trip to Bodrum. Don’t forget to book your place now for an unforgettable experience! 


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