Ulldecona is in the south of Catalonia, in the Montsià region and next to the Sénia river. In its extensive municipal area (126.8 km²) there are 1,379 millenary olive trees, which makes it the largest number of thousand-year-old olive trees in the world. The vast majority are located on the slopes of the Montsià and Godall mountain ranges. In the Arion (Sierra de Godall), after an agreement between the owners and the town hall, the Arion Museum has been set up.
But it is in the mountain range of Montsià, where only in the term of Ulldecona there are more than 900 millenary olive trees, from les Ventalles (on the border with Freginals) to the Sénia river. For this reason, thanks to the agreement between the owner, Juanjo Labernia, the town hall, the cooperative and the commonwealth, an area of millenary olive trees of the Foia de Ulldecona has been marked, which is also next to Route 1 (from Freginals to Ulldecona) of the paths of millenary olive trees.
We recommend you...
-Olive oil tourism with a michelin star
-Guided tour of the natural museum of millenary olive trees
-Olive oil producers at tableside
-The culture of Ulldecona
-Stroll through millenary olive trees and ancient olive oils