The town of Belianes has enjoyed a long relationship with olive oil in the past, as demonstrated by the sensors carried out by the Count of Madoz in the nineteenth century, which documented up to 10 olive mills of varying sizes. The Camins de Verdor project feeds off this tradition, and since 2010 has solely produced organic extra virgin olive oils under the brands Camins de Verdor and Umami.
Visits to the facilities allow the general public to observe the whole olive oil production process, from the reception room to the milling room, storage silos, packaging area and shop. One of the company’s managers takes visitors on the tall, contributing a full explanation of the project’s organic philosophy and details of the production process.
Degustación y cata de productos, Venta de productos propios