The Hacienda Guzmán is located in the town of La Rinconada (Seville) and is the headquarters of the Juan Ramón Guillén Foundation. This hacienda hosts activities to promote knowledge and dissemination of the rural sector in general and the olive sector in particular.
In the Hacienda Guzmán there are 340 hectares of olive trees and its history dates back to the 16th century, when Hernando Colón, son of Christopher Columbus, began to export oils made in the Hacienda Guzmán to the Spanish colonies in America. Each tower housed a beam mill, which was supposed, 500 years ago, to be the largest and most important oil factory in the world.
One of the biggest attractions of the Hacienda is that it is the only museum of living olive trees in the world, with 150 olive trees brought from the five continents. This enormous variety,
The studies carried out are carried out from an oil mill on a 1:100 scale, to take care of the fruit process in detail, as well as a tasting room for training and professional use, here all the aroma and flavor of our products are detailed.
Rooted in the Andalusian values of dressage, carriages and bullfighting, the Hacienda Guzmán has a stable of purely Spanish-bred horses, as well as a private museum of original cars from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries in which you can appreciate in detail the gear and clothing from the time to the present.