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At Ta' Mena Estate, you will find yourself immersed in the typical Gozitan country-side, surrounded by a natural and calm environment, and breathtaking views.
The estate is situated in the picturesque Marsalforn Valley between Victoria and Marsalforn Bay. It includes a fruit garden, an olive grove with about 1500 olive trees, an orange grove, and over ten hectares of vineyards. It enjoys the panoramic views of the Gozo Citadel and the surrounding hills and villages.
At Ta' Mena Estate we cultivate vines, olives, lemons, oranges, various fruit trees, strawberries, tomatoes, melons, water melons and other vegetables. We produce our own wine in a state of the art winery, press our olives to produce a unique cold pressed extra virgin olive oil in our modern olive press and produce various typical liqueurs and foods from our different fruit, vegetables and herbs. Our sundried tomato paste is a must to try!
We also organise wedding and anniversary receptions, guided tours around the estate followed by wine and food tasting, cooking sessions complete with lunch or dinner, barbeques, picnics and hands-on agricultural experiences including strawberry and fruit picking, grape and olive harvesting and on site experiences of wine-making and olive-oil pressing.
We are setting up an agricultural heritage museum covering Gozitan rural life throughout the ages. Our farm with indigenous domestic animals is taking shape and will be used as a patting farm especially for children. We offer ample areas for children to play around, organise pony rides, horse-riding tours, hikes, jeep safaris and private boat rides around Gozo and Comino.
The estate offers a holiday with a difference with its particular spots, self catering apartments and typical rustic farmhouses completed with all amenities and private swimming pools. We guarantee that your holiday will be unique, far away from the complicated and stressful daily life of the modern era. You will relax and revitalize yourself while savoring some of the Mediterranean history and nature at its best.
Contacts: 356 2156 4939