These two old oil mills are integrated into the urban centre: “Resinas” owned by the Marquis of Castellón (18th century), and the other by the Marquis of La Motilla (19th century). The mill named ‘ Resinas’ gets its name from the family that owned it. According to the municipal registry, it dates back to 1705.
Located at 19 Ecija Street, the Bodega El Bodegón Museum is owned by Bodegas Blanco S.L., a family run business of several generations dedicated to making wine and vinegar.
This event was declared an Andalusian Festival of Tourist Interest.
The Fiesta del Verdeo serves as a symbol in that it kick-starts the table olive harvesting season, known as “verdeo”. The name comes from the fact that the valuable olives are harvested when they are not yet fully mature and have a characteristic green colour.
Located in the heart of the Sierra Norte Natural Park, this company manufactures quality Iberian meat products.
The company manufactures and markets hams, cured meats, cold cuts, fresh meat, food products and beverages.
Goat farming and traditional cheese making.
Production, packaging and marketing of pure bee honey