Since the introduction of the first olive trees by the Greeks and Phoenicians more than 2,500 years ago, collection techniques have evolved in an extraordinary way, thus increasing the capacity for work.
Although harvesting techniques have been modernized, the foundations established by the first farmers have always been maintained, conserving practically all the trees that were planted at that time and the Empeltre olive variety, which is perfectly adapted to the climatic characteristics of the region.
The spaces between the olive trees have been kept at their generous traditional expanse, thus leaving space for the air to breeze through, favoring healthy, ecological cultivation to an extraordinary degree.
The technique used for collection is very simple; we work only one minute or less directly on each tree once a year. In this way, effective collection and sustainable agriculture are achieved.