Sant Jordi is located in the north of the province of Castellón, reaching the Sénia River. In its municipal area, there is a high concentration of olive trees, some of which were planted by the Romans and cultivated by all civilizations. There are 153 millenary olive trees scattered, but especially in Muntells, Fontanals, Mas Na Cabanes and Mas d'en Pons areas.
It is located 1.900 m from the town centre in the direction of the sanctuary of Font de la Salut (Traiguera). It is a marked itinerary that is used both to go to Muntells (old washing places, now rest areas) and to the Font de la Salut. The front patch, property of the Esteller García family, has 5 millenary olive trees. With their authorization and the work of the town council and the Commonwealth of the Taula del Sénia, this area has been set up and marked.
Mas Na Cabanes
It is located at 5.700 m from the town centre in the direction of Panorámica golf course and at about 500 m from the end of the golf course. With the authorization of the owner, M. Pilar Sospedra, and working together the town council and the Commonwealth of the Taula del Sénia, they have allowed the visits to this estate, putting some informative posters. There are 8 millenary olive trees in this area, and the largest, No. 41, measures 7.70 m of trunk perimeter at 1.30 m from the ground. According to the dating of the Technical University of Madrid, it was planted in 744 A.D.