The Sénia Territory, a land of millenary olive trees, comprises 27 villages located on both sides of the Sénia river and around Tosal del Rey, where Aragon, Catalonia, and the Region of Valencia meet.

This is where you will find the world's largest concentration of millenary olive trees. Nowadays there are 6.358 registered specimens which trunk has a perimeter greater than 3,50 m measured at 1,30 m above the ground, the predominant variety being Farga. Its very existence has given character to the landscape by providing a mosaic of trees and dry-stone walls.

To facilitate tours to see the most majestic olive trees and the areas of greatest concentration (all of which are located on estates that are still in production), two open-air museums have been created, as well as different areas with olive trees that are marked and explained, routes for walking or cycling, etc., in addition to a wide range of museums and interpretation centers, working oil mills, guided tours, selling and tasting of oil from millenary olive trees, and a wealth of culinary offerings.

“Vida a la Plana” museum

Restaurant L'Antic Molí


Discover Maestrat, unique flavours



Sant Jordi

Olive trees in Benicarló



Ulldecona's area


Millenary olive trees in Vinaròs

“Molí de l’Oli” Interpretation Center

Museum of Pou del Mas

Museu de l'Arión: an open-air museum

Millenary olive trees itineraries

Aromas of wine, olive oil and the sea

Can Batiste

Llansola 1921

Mesón del Pastor

Casa Roque

Pau Restaurant

Restaurant Lo Paseo

Restaurant Venta de la Punta

Restaurant Grèvol

Restaurant Daluan

Restaurant Raúl Resino

Restaurant Bergantín

Restaurant La Mar de Bo

Restaurant L'Era

Restaurante Casa dels Capellans

Restaurante El Olivar

Diego Hotel Gastronòmic

Restaurant Racó del Port

Restaurant Chuanet

Restaurant El Cortijo

The Journey Menu

Arrels Menu

Brunch amid millenary olive trees and visit to Sant Climent's oil mill

Menu Sediments

A tour of millenary olive trees and the Godall oil mill

Oleotourism with a Michelin star

Guided tour through Els Carlets

Enjoy getting to know the world of EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)

Guided visit and olive oil tasting in "Els Carlets"

Guided visit with tasting

Olive trees & Stars

Vermut experience among Millenary olive trees

Lunch under the olive trees of La Jana

Visit the Sinfo olive tree and oil tasting

Guided tour of the natural museum of millenary olive trees

Cultural Ulldecona

Visit to Sant Climent oil mill and olive oil tasting

Visit to Molí de la Creu and olive oil tasting

Gastrocultural weekend: oleotourism among Castellón’s millenary olive trees


Brunch amid millenary olive trees + visit of Sant Climent's oil press

A Stroll through millenary olive trees and olive oils

Cycling amid millenary olive trees

Visit to the Molí d'Olí (olive oil mill) interpretation centre

Astronomy amog Millenary Olive Trees

Premium visit to the millenary olive trees of Arión

Petites Arrels Menu

Restaurant Neptuno

Restaurant Les Moles

Restaurant El Caçador

Restaurant Lola

Restaurant El Pescador

Olive mill tour and michelin-starred tasting menu

Freginals (Olive tree "Vilarona")

La Galera (La Vía Augusta Romana)

Mas de Barberans (A sea of ​​olive trees)

La Ràpita (Mundana Area Olive Trees)

Santa Bàrbara Area (The Roman Via Augusta)

Cervera del Maestre (Olive tree of the Llacuna)




The 11th Congress on Millenary Olive Trees of the Sénia Territory will take place on Tuesday morning, 28th November at the Casa de la Cultura of Ulldecona. During this event, the GIAHS certificate awarded to the Mancomunidad Taula del Sénia and the Sénia Territory association for the Millenary Olive Trees Agricultural System last May in Rome by FAO’s General Director, Mr. Qu Dongyu, will be extended to all sectors that are part of or collaborate with this GIAHS.


The "Millenary Olive Trees of the Sénia Territory" in Brussels

On Thursday, 23 November 2023 with the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)

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Ministry of Culture publishes «Cultural Heritage Green Book» highlighting the “Millenary Olive Trees of the Sénia Territory”

            The Minister of Culture and Sports, Miquel Iceta, has presented the “Green Book for de sustainable management of cultural heritage”, which contains examples of good practices in which environmental, economic and social sustainability criteria are a