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Museo del Atun

Pol Ind El Olivar | It is opened from May to September only., 11160, Barbate, Spain
+34 956 43 58 13
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It is open from May to September only...

...and unfortunately, this information is not displayed anywhere (not on website, not here on TA... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2016
MKJ_01
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Kaunas, Lithuania
Refreshingly Local and Tuna tasting!

We never knew that there are so many cuts and quality of tuna. This is the red tuna, specific to... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2016
Sitka D
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California
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11 Nov 2016
“It is open from May to September only...”
4 Aug 2016
“Refreshingly Local and Tuna tasting!”
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Pol Ind El Olivar | It is opened from May to September only., 11160, Barbate, Spain
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Reviewed 11 November 2016

...and unfortunately, this information is not displayed anywhere (not on website, not here on TA). It is only the shop which is open, but museum is closed.

Thank MKJ_01
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

We never knew that there are so many cuts and quality of tuna. This is the red tuna, specific to this part of Spain, where it is caught and processed. The tour is very interesting and educational, in that it gives you the history of...More

Thank Sitka D
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Reviewed 27 July 2016

found this to be a really neat place to visit. the first room is made up to imagine you are a tuna getting caught in a net. The guide explains everything in Spanish, which would be the only downside for unilingual english speakers. Nevertheless, you...More

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Reviewed 28 July 2015

Interesting place see live fish and crabs and you can buy atun [which is tuna] at the museum. This is the locally caught fish of Barbate Spain.

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Reviewed 3 July 2015

The 45 minute tour will include a demonstartion lasting about 8 minutes of how to "fillet" a tuna. The expert cutting of the different parts of the fish is fascinating. The taster of roducts at end plus chance to buy some makes the 5 Euro...More

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Reviewed 26 May 2015

Stopped by here whilst looking for something to do in Barbate. Opening hours published by the tourist office showed it was open. When we got there, only the shop was open and the museum closed, and there was on explanation as to why. It looked...More

Thank onlineamiga
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