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

Cervera del Maestre

This is an old olive oil mill located next to the Rambla de Cervera. Built between the 14th and 15th centuries, it functioned as a manor system oil monopoly until the 1920s. Declared BIC (i.e. Bien de Interés Cultural = Asset of Cultural Interest), it has been converted into a visitor's center, and apart from a complete museum exhibition, it houses the town's tourist information office.

A unique and exclusive piece has been preserved inside the building; it's an old wooden press, traditionally called "beam and quintal", built in 1606, which consists of a huge column 12 meters long and weighing over 4,000 kg together with its large counterweight towers. It is most likely one of the largest and oldest presses that still exist in all of Spain. This invention by the ancient Romans presents in a didactic and visual way all phases of the ancestral oil production, from the drying of the olive on the terraces to the grinding in the Sala de las Muelas, the extraction of oil in the Sala de las Prensas and the purification of the golden liquid in the Sala de las Tinajas.


  • The visit to the interpretation centre (Valencian, Spanish, English, French and German).
  • Tasting of different varieties of olive oil from the Maestrazgo (prior advance arrangement)
  • The possibility to purchase different kinds of EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oils) and products related to the olive culture.


2,50 € per person - 1 hour
Reduced price: €1.5 (retirees, students and unemployed).
Free rate: children under 9 years old and people with disabilities. 1 hour

SEASON: All year round.

Telephone: 964 865 515


Crta. CV-135, km9

12578 Cervera de Maestre


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