The Coromandel was once isolated from a ready supply of hardware and supermarket goods, and our smaller communities continue to innovate, grow and share organic produce year round. For bach owners, locals and visitors alike, the Coromandel offers the bounty of the sea, the forest and neighbour's feijoa trees over a leisurely catch-up while the smoker is fired up. As a visitor or local, what better way to truly taste the Coromandel than a tour of the mussel and oyster farms, organic growers and artisan producers serving home-grown local produce through world-class chefs. Take a look at the Coromandel Food Trail Guide and the Aquaculture and Seafood Trail by downloading the two brochures on the right side of this page. If you are keen on fishing, then don’t miss taking a charter trip out to the mussel farms, which attract abundant wild fish. Please go to the Coromandel Aquaculture & Seafood Trail website to find out more. Also check out Destination Coromandel's 'Coromandel Food Trail'