Become an expert in olive oil with this tour by visiting a centenarian olive plantation, there our guide will teach you how to harvest the olives and all the tools. Afterwards we will drive to an Andalusian country house (Cortijo) which has its own oil mill and you will taste its delicious and ecological olive oil. You will learn how they produce it and the most important facts about this golden liquid. Then we will have lunch in the oldest inn in Andalusia, also called the Museo del Bandolero (Bandit Museum). Finally we will make a visit to the small villages Alfarnate and Alfarnatejo, that are surrounded by mountains.This day trip includes round-trip hotel transport from the coast between Nerja and Torre del Mar.
Do you like olive oil and want to know more about it? This is a nice trip to do it and at the same time discover beautiful landscapes that contrast a lot with the ones on the coast. Spain is the biggest oil producer worldwide and Andalusia is the region known to have the biggest number of olive trees, so if you like olive oil and want to know a bit more about it, you came to the right place. Our tour will start by visiting a centenarian olive plantation, where we will teach you about how to harvest the olives and the traditional tools used in this procedure, a unique experience! After that we will drive you to an Andalusian country house which has its own oil mill, where you will learn about the process of oil production. This house also has an old stone olive mill from XVIII century and you will learn how olive oil was made in the past. Lastly you will enjoy an olive oil tasting to whet everyone ’s appetite before lunch. After this visit we will go deeper into Montes de Málaga (Malaga Mountains) and we will have lunch in the oldest inn in Andalusia and enjoy a typical plato de los montes (a typical dish of this area). This place is called el Museo del Bandolero (a bandit museum) and it is a special place with lots of history. After lunch we will visit the villages of Alfarnate and Alfarnatejo, located in what is called los Pirineos de la Axarquía (the Pyrinees of the Axarquia). Both are beautiful villages in the middle of the mountains and surrounded by olive trees. This landscape is completely opposite of those we are used to in the coast.