Boat ride to the remnants of the Roman olive grove and oil press in Muline on the island of Ugljan; visit to the olive groves of Lun; tour of the largest olive grove in northern Dalmatia in the village of Polača; visit the olive grower.
The history of growing olive trees and olive oil production, which is one of the primary and most healthy ingredients of Mediterranean cuisine, is over a thousand years old. Centuries of tradition and olive trees more than a thousand years old have gone hand in hand with modern methods and award-winning olive oils. Take a boat ride to the archaeological site in the village of Muline on the island of Ugljan where you will hear the story of a Roman legionary who grew olive trees. The visit to the village of Lun on the island of Pag, with its protected thousand-year-old olive trees of immense size and appearance, will astonish all your senses. Try Mediterranean delicacies in charming and historical Novigrad enriched with the beneficial oil from the renowned olive grower as the crown of your visit.
Day 1: Ugljan Island (Muline)
Day 2: olive groves in Lun on Pag Island
Day 3: Polača – Massive olive plantation – Novigrad, olive groves of Dr. Vlatković