Almazara Aceites Molisur

Almazara Aceites Molisur
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Aceites Molisur is a family-run olive oil mill founded in 2003, which carefully produces extra virgin olive oil (AOVE) and displays the ancestral tradition of making olive oil in our region, the Guadalhorce Valley.

In September 2018, it opened its new facilities covering over 30,000 square metres, in Alhaurín el Grande (Málaga). The location gives added value as it is right beside in the main road with easy access and a large car park, with plenty of space for coaches.

The impeccable appearance of the buildings simulates old, 14th-century Andalusian farmhouses. Up on the hill there is a lookout point with magnificent views of the Valley.

Here you will learn all about the current process for making Extra Virgin Olive oil and you'll travel back 100 years in time to visit an oil mill from 1910 in perfect working order, with a series of pumps and a pulley system. A local guide will accompany you on the tour.

The activities undertaken in Aceites Molisur will lasts from about 45 minutes to 3 hours, depending on the activity you choose. You will tour the production centre on an overhanging walkway so you get a better perspective of the process for producing extra virgin olive oil. You'll also visit our cellar which is unique in Spain! It is made entirely of stainless steel which increases the value of our extra virgin olive oil, making it the number 1 stainless-steel olive oil cellar you can visit in Spain. Molisur oils is a unique venue for enjoying a great variety of experiences, always in contact with nature. - Guided tour of the mill. - Breakfast with local Málaga products. - Tasting of our oils - Made-to-measure tasting workshop where you'll discover the most important properties of our Extra Virgin Olive Oils. - Workshop on how to make traditional "gazpacho". - And so much more!

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Almazara Aceites Molisur
Carretera Coín – Churriana, A 404, km5, 29120
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