The museum is set in the space that once housed the old oil mill, distributed over two floors of the building. The lower floor houses a display of tools and machinery related to olive growing and olive oil production. The second floor provides a showcase for other collections of traditional tools and utensils employed by farmers or other traditional tradespeople, as well as items designed for domestic use.
Anyone interested in modern olive oil production can take advantage of the cooperative’s open days, which take place on weekends during the oil production season, between November and March. The best time to visit is in November and December when visitors can see how the olives are pressed and the oil made. Once the harvest is over, the mill is disassembled and cleaned ready for the next season.
Degustación y cata de productos, Venta de productos propios, Venta de productos de terceros, Venta de productos de proximidad