La Sénia, located on the southern border of Catalonia (the Montsià region), is a municipality with a great diversity of landscapes. From the highest points of the massif of els Ports, located at more than 1,300 m. of altitude, until the valley of the Sénia river, there is more than 1,000 m. of unevenness. In the plains, olive cultivation has been the protagonist for centuries and still remains important today. The total number of Millenary Olive Trees inventoried in the Sénia is 189, being the second municipality with the largest number of copies of the Catalan part. The vast majority are concentrated in the items Colldavall, Cloes and Comes.
Approximately 1 km from the town and next to the TV-3421 road from La Sénia to Mas de Barberans there is a farm, owned by Guillermo Abella, with several Millenary Olive Trees, among which stands out the one known as el Catxo olive tree, a very rare example for the big hole. After the signing of an agreement between the owner, the town hall and the commonwealth, the plot and its access have been adapted and signaled.
The Sénia tourism office organises guided tours with prior booking.