Production of jams and sweetmeats.
Traditional bakery founded in 1940. They make pastries, yemas (sweetmeats made with egg yolk), shortbread, quince jelly and torta de la sierra (typical local cake) and since 2006 they have been selling more than thirty flavours of homemade jams made with fruit from the region following a traditional family recipe.
With these jams, of such diverse flavours as bitter orange, figs, chestnuts, strawberry tree fruit or sangria, they also prepare cakes that they sell in the bakery. The establishment receives organised visits from groups who wish to learn about the process involved in making these jams.
There are two types of tour; one in which the company staff shows the facilities to visitors, offers a small introduction to their work and plays a video in which the company is geographically and historically located. The tour ends with a tasting of the company's products.
The second type focuses on the workshop, where the visitor has the opportunity to make any of the bakery's products following the instructions of the owner. As seasonal fruits and vegetables are used, the content of the workshop will depend on the time of year. At the end of the tour, visitors are given a jar of the finished product.