The lands of our fruit begin in the surroundings of the Doñana Nature Reserve, where we incorporate the farmland into the ecosystem of the park in a sustainable way. The farms stretch right across to park to the outskirts of the Odiel Marshes Nature Reserve, crossing Huelva toward the Lepe area and the natural surroundings of the Rio Piedras. Now extending into the province of Badajoz, our orchards become the principal characters in the Vegas Bajas del Guadiana region.
THE LAND OF
Our fields of blackberries, raspberries and blueberries are grown in the immediate vicinity of County of Huelva, a spectacular landscape of lowlands surrounded by pine forests and Mediterranean scrub growing in sandy soil, and an immense marsh. This is done in symbiosis with the environment, under sustainable agriculture practices.
of the Odiel
Located in the south of the province of Huelva, at the shared mouths of the Tinto and Odiel rivers, the blend of fresh and salt water has given rise to a complex of tidal marshes known as the Marismas del Odiel. The group’s fields of blueberry cultivation are to be found in this area, again under the practice of sustainable agriculture.
Zone of Lepe and
Piedras river nature area
Leaving the Huelva metropolitan area on our left, we enter the so-called land of berries, where the red color of the strawberries emerges from the earth, their aroma and flavor permeating everything. As we approach the Costa de la Luz, we find a system of marshes and a particular sandy formation, which make up the natural area of Río Piedras. Closeby, our fruit trees color the fields in a beautiful game of contrasts.
Entering the province of Badajoz and close to Portugal, the Guadiana River, which crosses the county from east to west, makes the cultivation of vast orchards of stone fruit trees possible in the certified region of Vegas Bajas del Guadiana. The nectarine flowers in bloom paint a beautiful landscape in springtime.