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Traditional Greek Hospitality

On my farm in Ancient Olympia, from which my grandparents made their living and today is the basis of my own agricultural activities, is where you will enjoy Greek hospitality.

You will walk into our cool and refreshing garden with trees and vegetables.

I will guide you through my private collection, where I will show you the secrets of honey production and other agricultural products from both past and present.

Finally, you will taste the products of my little farm and traditional sweets with honey from my bees which, with the help of my mother, will be prepared in front of you.

Klio the beekeeper

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My Collection

The Products

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Πρώτο νηπιαγωγείο Πύργου

Πριν από μία εβδομάδα το κτήμα μου γέμισε γέλια και τραγούδια από την επίσκεψη του 1ου νηπιαγωγείου του Πύργου στο κτήμα μου. Τα παιδιά, οι γονείς, οι δασκάλες ήταν όλοι τους καταπληκτικοί. Ιδιαίτερα θα ήθελα να ευχαριστήσω την διευθύντρια του Νηπιαγωγείου κα Άννα Παπαϊωάννου και την συνεργάτιδά της νηπιαγωγό την κα Μαργαρίτα Τρίμμη .

Ready

Ready for the new season.For the rainy days grandmama’s farmhouse is there to welcome you .

Strawberries

On Klio’s honey farm , these days ,we offer fresh strawberries and white berries. If you like, you can pick your own fruits.

wheelbarrow with flowers

To Klio’s Honey Farm in Olympia by Train

When in Katakolon and wondering what to do, consider the possibility of taking a trip to Olympia by train. If you are a nature lover, you surely won’t regret it! The Port of Katakolon has existed since ancient times, however, in the late 19th and during the 20th century, it developed as a commercial port[…]

Tulips

About a year ago the very first visitors on my farm were a group of Dutch. Ron and Hannie were their tour quides. On their second visit, they brought me tulip bulbs as a present. Now, a year later, these beautiful fully-grown tulips bring back fond memories of my very first visitors!

Preparation

In spring time the bee colonies become bigger and bigger every day. Soon new colonies will be born. A beekeeper must be prepared for these days, so during the winter he prepares windows with wax and new wooden hives, to accept the new colonies.

The law of nature. The Mantis eating a wasp.

It’s Harvest Time !

At last the moment of harvesting the fruit has arrived. First the almonds, and now the quinces, pomegranates and nuts. The hard work of a whole year is now rewarded.