Manuel Montes Marín

Grateful to our environment

In the south of the province of Córdoba is the Natural Park of the Sierras Subbéticas. The steeply sloping terrain rises up above beautiful narrow valleys. The vegetation is typically Mediterranean, rich in holm oaks, Mediterranean oaks, maples and European hackberry trees, and there are also native species of flowers and bushes.

The majestic "La Tiñosa" mountain rises up inside the Park, stroking the clouds with its peak. Flying over its summits, we can still see the golden eagle, Bonelli´s eagle, the peregrine and the Egyptian vulture in flight.

Guarantee of quality

Using the most thorough and careful checks to certify the quality of our extra virgin Pórtico de la Villa olive oil. Strict compliance with these regulations gives an added value to the consumer, who purchases a product that meets all the requirements in all the production, preparation, packaging and labelling phases.

Where can you find us?

Ctra Priego-Las Lagunillas Km 27 (A-333)
14800, Priego de Córdoba
Teléfono: 957 542 299
Fax: 957 542 277

Calle Lozano Sidro
Priego de Córdoba
C.P: 14800
Teléfono: 957 540 094

An ancient way of working

Ever since the Iberian Peninsula was occupied by the Romans, written evidence has been found which refers to the quality of our olive oil and the way of extracting it. This ancient culture has survived down the years, passed on from generation to generation, to the present day. Our olive growers work at the delicate task of harvesting the olives, making sure that the tree is not damaged. We then transfer it to the oil press in individual boxes, where it is ground daily using the latest technology and a technical team that bears comparison with the major companies in the field, obtaining the best results.

In the last 20 years, Aceites Manuel Montes Marín has increased its production to the point where today it reduces an average of 12,000 tonnes of olives, with which the company obtains 2,500 tonnes of olive oil, maintaining a balanced harmony of white-leaved and pointed-leaved varities.