In the centre of the Iberian Peninsula there is a low altitude mountain range known as Los Montes de Toledo. This area is of great ecological value, comprising the Cabañeros nature reserve where many endangered species coexist, such as the lynx and the golden eagle, together with wild boar, deer and roe deer.

Traditionally, the olive oils produced here have been highly regarded by olive oil connoisseurs for their extraordinary quality, which since long ago has been termed colloquially as Tipo Toledo (Toledo Type). This high quality is due to the presence of exceptionally favourable conditions for olive tree cultivation in both climate and soil, in addition to the use of the Cornicabra olive variety. Cornicabra is native to this region and is fruit of the slow selection process conducted by settlers of the area throughout time: from the first Phoenicians until today, including the Roman and Arab civilizations. This process has resulted in Cornicabra’s excelling adaptation to the environment.

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Our olive groves are mainly in small family-run farms and have relatively low production compared to other areas, which allows us to ensure the utmost care towards its fruit and to obtain oils of unsurpassable quality.

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MUNICIPALITIES OF TOLEDO UNDER PROTECTED APPELLATION OF ORIGIN “MONTES DE TOLEDO”
  • Ajofrín
  • Alameda de la Sagra
  • Albarreal de Tajo
  • Alcaudete de la Jara
  • Aldeanueva de Barbarroya
  • Aldeanueva de San Bartolome
  • Almonacid de Toledo
  • Añover de Tajo
  • Arges
  • Bargas
  • Belvis de la Jara
  • Borox
  • Burguillos de Toledo
  • Burujón
  • Cabañas de la Sagra
  • Calera y Chozas
  • Campillo de la Jara
  • Camuñas
  • Carmena
  • Carpio de Tajo (El)
  • Carranque
  • Casasbuenas
  • Cebolla
  • Cedillo del Condado
  • Cobeja
  • Chueca
  • Cobisa
  • Consuegra
  • Cuerva
  • Dosbarrios
  • Espinoso del Rey
  • Esquivias
  • Estrella (La)
  • Gálvez
  • Guadamur
  • Guardia (La)
  • Herencias (Las)
  • Hontanar
  • Huerta de Valdecarábanos
  • Illescas
  • Layos
  • Lominchar
  • Madridejos
  • Magán
  • Malpica de Tajo
  • Manzaneque
  • Marjaliza
  • Mascaraque
  • Mata (La)
  • Mazarambroz
  • Menasalbas
  • Mesegar
  • Mocejón
  • Mohedas de la Jara
  • Montearagón
  • Mora
  • Nambroca
  • Nava de Ricomalillo (La)
  • Navahermosa
  • Navalmorales (Los)
  • Navalucillos (Los)
  • Noez
  • Numancia de la Sagra
  • Olías del Rey
  • Orgaz
  • Palomeque
  • Pantoja
  • Polán
  • Puebla de Montalban (La)
  • Pueblanueva (La)
  • Pulgar
  • Recas
  • Retamoso
  • Robledo de Mazo
  • Romeral (El)
  • San Bartolome de las Abiertas
  • San Martín de Montalbá
  • San Martín de Pusa
  • San Pablo de los Montes
  • Santa Ana de Pusa
  • Seseña
  • Sevilleja de la Jara
  • Sonseca
  • Talavera de la Reina
  • Tembleque
  • Toledo
  • Torrecilla de la Jara
  • Totanes
  • Turleque
  • Ugena
  • Urda
  • Ventas con Peña Aguilera (Las)
  • Villaluenga de la Sagra
  • Villaminaya
  • Villamuelas
  • Villanueva de Bogas
  • Villarejo de Montalbán
  • Villaseca de la Sagra
  • Villasequilla de Yepes
  • El Viso de San Juan
  • Yébenes (Los)
  • Yeles
  • Yepes
  • Yuncler
  • Yunclillos
  • Yuncos
MUNICIPALITIES OF CIUDAD REAL UNDER PROTECTED APPELLATION OF ORIGIN “MONTES DE TOLEDO”
  • Alcoba
  • Anchuras
  • Arroba de los Montes
  • Cortijos (Los)
  • El Robledo
  • Fernancaballero
  • Fontanarejo
  • Fuente el Fresno
  • Herencia
  • Horcajo de los Montes
  • Labores (Las)
  • Luciana
  • Malagón
  • Navalpino
  • Navas de Estena
  • Picón
  • Piedrabuena
  • Porzuna
  • Puebla de Don Rodrigo
  • Puertolápice
  • Retuerta del Bullaque
  • Villarrubia de los Ojos