Millennial olive trees of the Arion
The Arion offers a humanised landscape where time seems to have stopped for hundreds of years. Only the phenomenal perimeter of the trunks of olive trees and their twisted shapes confirm that this has not been the case. Some specimens were planted during the Middle Ages, and they continue in their place unperturbed, as if nothing had happened.ALL THE SPACES IN THE NETWORK
The task of the Foundation
Today, however, old olive trees are threatened by low productivity and demand for these specimens as gardening ornaments. The aim of the Foundation's acquisition of the space is to preserve them.
Work has been done to find out in depth about the natural values of the property and a management plan has been elaborated that includes all the aspects that must be developed in the short and medium term.
Adaptation and maintenance of the space for public use
Signposting of itineraries.
Enable a visitor centre.
Recovery and conditioning of roads.