The inventory of these olive groves has registered more than 1,300 thousand-year-old olive trees in the local area of Ulldecona, with some trees that even date back more than 2,000 years. The greatest concentration of these trees can be visited at the Arión Natural Millennial Olive Tree Museum. There is no better way to follow the long history of these emblematic olives than by visiting the cooperative’s mill where they are turned into oil.
Tours of the mill allow visitors to get a clear idea of the process involved in producing extra virgin olive oil, from the arrival of the olives to the mill to the extraction process itself. Oil is subsequently packaged by a second-level cooperative, Acomont before returning to be sold in the cooperative’s shop. The cooperative employs modern technology and machinery.
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