The mild winters and dry summers, with an average rainfall close to 500 l/m2 lead to a dry olive growing hence giving to an oil flavor characteristic of our region.
The olive trees are surrounded by almond trees as well as by typical mountain’s species such as pines, acorns trees and large scrub areas that contribute to the global ambience with their thyme, rosemary, lavender, sage or chamomile aromas, among others.
Benifallim is a Muslim origin small town, occupied by the King of Aragon, Jaume I at the middle of the XII century. The Arabic influence is the responsible for the terraced configuration of the plots.
We neither utilize synthetic chemical products nor employ artificial irrigation to produce our olives.