Bodegas Miquel Oliver


Going strong since 1912, Bodegas Miquel Oliver is one of the island's most respected winemakers. You can pick up a decent bottle of red at the cellar door, a little over 1km north of town, for under €10. There is also a variety of private tours, focusing on wine, wine-making, viticulture, vineyards and tapas.

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