Oli Coll de l’Alba is a project of olive cultivation and elaboration of Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil, which is based on three basic pillars.
The elaboration of Extra Virgin Olive Oil of category Premium. Many aspects influence this, the strict control of which allows us to obtain year after year an extraordinary monovarietal Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
The recovery of traditional olive farms and the preservation of the landscape and architectural heritage of our region, Baix Ebre: dry stone margins, walls and barracks.
The preservation and promotion of the local varieties of the Baix Ebre (Morruda, Sevillenca and Farga) producing monovarietal oils.
How do we do it
We make organic agriculture (CCPAE certification), and apply principles of biodynamic agriculture, contributing to return the complexity and biodiversity to our environment.
We improve and innovate in the cultivation and processing processes, as well as in the oill conservation system in our warehouse.
We constantly train and specialize to achieve the excellence of our oils. This knowledge allows us to disseminate the particularities, values and benefits of an Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Hello! We are Alba Martínez and Xavier Guilera, and toghether we form the Oli Coll de l’Alba project. Our history begins in the summer of 2010, when we decided to spend our holidays in the Terres de l’Ebre, and we fell in love with its landscape and its people. We were fortunate to find a fantastic accommodation: Ecofinca Lo Favaret, a project of agrotourism, ecology, landscape recovery and a lot of passion located in a place, the Coll de l’Alba, that captivated us: a sea of olive trees with the “Delta de l’Ebre” in front of us. Those holidays marked our life, and began to develop the project of Oli Coll de l’Alba, althoought we still did not know….
In 2012 we decided to leave our native Barcelona and settle in El Perelló, a village located in a priviliged place beetween the sea and the mountains. We began to realize thay we had in front of us a landcape heritage that was being lost: centennial olive farms, dry stone walls and barracks…This awareness and our passion for the world of oil grew the seed that began that summer of 2010 and so the Oli Coll de l’Alba project was born.