La Palma d’Ebre is part of the County of Ribera d’Ebre (Banks of the Ebro), although it is located quite far from the Ebro River itself. It can be found in the most northern part of the region as well as being at its highest point, where it borders with Les Garrigues and Priorat counties.
The village lies at 335m above sea level on a small plateau above the Vall Major (Main Valley) and the so-called Font Vella (Ancient Spring) which dates back to the times of the Muslim domination of Spain.
This geographically strategic location, together with its ideal climate and soil well suited for growing Arbequina olives have resulted in the production of excellent olives which are made into extra virgin Arbequina variety olive oil, guaranteed by the Siurana Protected Designation of Origin. Our know-how is also an important factor which is closely linked to our olive oil production. Our olive groves shelter 100 year old olive trees, which help to guarantee the quality of the fruit they produce. We are also close to celebrating a hundred years as a cooperative, with families working together as Extra Virgin Arbequina Variety Olive Oil Producers.