Not only Greece and Italy are rich in olives. Montenegrin fields along the Adriatic coast are planted with olive trees too. You can find them near Ulcinj, Lustica Peninsula, and around Boka Bay. However, one more wonderful place to visit is Valdanos, since there is a famous olive grove with more than 18,000 trees under special protection—and it is open for visitors.
A big part of the harvest in Montenegro is used for making oil. You can buy this fragrant product directly in Valdanos, so it is really fresh and delicious! And don’t forget about its health properties. These products can decrease the risk of diabetes, prevent strokes and skin cancer, and can protect you from depression.