WHERE WE’RE LOCATED
Mollina is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain.
Its lands are generally not very rugged, with the exception of the Sierra de la Camorra, which still doesn’t have significant changes in elevation. Outside this mountain range, which is primarily covered by lowland vegetation, the rest of the municipality is occupied by olive groves, grain fields, and vineyards. This is where the famous wines that recently obtained the Malaga designation of origin are created.
February 2 is especially important, as it’s the feast of Candelaria; the pilgrimage of the Virgin of the Olive is celebrated in May, and the major festivals in honor of the previous Marian advocation are observed from August 13 to 16. Finally, the harvest fair takes place on the second weekend of September.
Sociedad Cooperativa Andaluza Agrícola Virgen de la Oliva
Av. de América, 35, 29532 Mollina, Málaga