One of Mallorca's prettiest country villages makes a big effort to create a wonderful setting for this small agricultural fair.
With olive leaves covering the village square and an old olive press in the centre, it really does feel as if you have stepped back in time. All things olive are represented: black and green olives of all shapes and sizes, olive oil, olive wood products... It has a very charming atmosphere, and you can read about our visit in our event review.
The setting is unique, a small village of 700 inhabitants, with typical stone buildings, charming narrow streets and all surrounded by olive trees under the backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains, some 10 minutes drive between Inca and the monastery of Lluc.
There are displays of olive oil making and other local products, as well as a wide range of market stalls, and exhibitions of Paleolithic settlements, folk performances, art and livestock exhibitions, plus pony rides, and tastings at all restaurants and bars in our town created especially for the show, all typical of the Mediterranean and Mallorcan tradition.
The village square