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Planet Cork

DISCOVER THE FASCINATING WORLD OF CORK


Portugal is by far the world's largest cork producing country, accounting for over 50% of global production, harvested from more than 730 hectares of forest.

Explaining and demonstrating how this natural product has changed our lives for the better, Planet Cork brings to life the incredible world of cork, from the ancient exploration of the cork oak to the most varied and avant-garde applications.


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THE CORK INDUSTRY IS ON THE CREST OF A WAVE


This unique, 100% natural, product gives rise to a highly sustainable industry. No other natural material nor one made in the laboratory, can replicate the unique properties of cork.

If you thought cork was only used to make wine stoppers, you will be surprised to discover a long list of applications. Travel through Planet Cork to uncover how truly versatile this extraordinary product is.


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THOUSANDS OF USES, ZERO WASTE

 

RESPECT FOR NATURE
When extracting the bark of the cork oak, the respect the harvester has for the tree and nature is total. Come and explore the greenest of industry, found in the peaceful plains of Southern Portugal.
FROM TREE TO FINAL PRODUCT
At Planet Cork, we will uncover every step of cork production, laying bare all its secret.
A LAMP OR A ROCKET
The applications for cork are so divers, the only limitation is our imagination. Explore Planet Cork with a spirit of adventure!
RESPECT FOR NATURE
When extracting the bark of the cork oak, the respect the harvester has for the tree and nature is total. Come and explore the greenest of industry, found in the peaceful plains of Southern Portugal.
FROM TREE TO FINAL PRODUCT
At Planet Cork, we will uncover every step of cork production, laying bare all its secret.
A LAMP OR A ROCKET
The applications for cork are so divers, the only limitation is our imagination. Explore Planet Cork with a spirit of adventure!
 

SCHEDULE

Monday to Friday | 12:00 to 20:30
Saturday and Sunday | 10:00 to 20:30 (Last entrance 19:00)