Baronia de Cabacés Olive Oil Fair

During the fair many events take place such as tours to the olive mill, olive oil-tasting courses, guided tours to the local heritage and an outdoor popular lunch.

In the Priorat, cultivated olive trees cover an area of approximately 3.500 hectares. Today, traditional methods of cultivation predominate, although there is a clear tendency towards more organic procedures or systems. This is possibly due to the fact that most of the olive trees are grown in up in the mountains. .

The resulting oil is well balanced in term of sweetness, spiciness and bitterness and, together with the pronounced fruity aromas of the oils, echo the characteristic qualities of the olives from which they have been made. In short, these are oils that can take their place at table alongside the best wines as distinctive ingredients of Priorat cuisine.


Event October 2019

South Tyrolean Bread and Strudel Festival

Since 2003 the South Tyrolean Bread and Strudel Festival has been offering a vast variety of freshly baked bread and original South Tyrolean apple strudel. 20 bakeries and pastry shops offer local specialties from all areas of the region. The visitors have the opportunity to gain insight into the baking tradition of South Tyrol and to enjoy numerous delicacies made from local products in one of South Tyrol’s most beautiful squares, the cathedral square of Bressanone/Brixen.

Event August 2019

Madeira Wine Festival

This ancient Madeira wine making tradition, annually promoted in the local village of Estreito de Câmara de Lobos, combines various cultural activities with wine making rituals, such as the picking of the grapes, the carrying of grapes to the press and other traditions related to a typical Madeira feast, which are fully enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. At the same time, there are a variety of activities and entertainment taking place in downtown Funchal and connected with folklore and the traditional wine-making process.