We have a wide range of agronomic varieties that complete the entire harvest season.

Early varieties: Bourlat, Precoz Bernard, 4/70, Moreau, 13/71, Early Lory.

Mid-season variety: Navalinda, Prima Giant, Garnet, Guadalupe, Castañera, Ambrunés Especial, Nueva Estrella, Brooks, Big Lory, 13N-659, Starking, Bing, 7-91C, Celeste, Van, Summit, Canada Giant, Sumburst.

Late variety: Lapins, Sweet Heart, Hudson, Sammerland, WW44, Duroni

Picotas Cherries

Cherries whose peduncle detaches naturally during harvesting, with greater hardness and flavor than the rest of the cherries.

Varieties: Ambrunés, Pico colorado, Pico Limón, Pico negro


Fleshy and very sweet fruit with a single rounded seed

Varieties: Claudia y Claudia Reina


The figs are harvested for the fresh market or, for dry sale, dried in the sun in a totally traditional way on the balconies of the farmers’ own homes. However, in the phase after this artisanal dehydration, they go through rigorous and strict controls to control and guarantee food safety.

The main marketing line of dried figs is made in 250 and 500 gram containers.

Varieties: Granillo y Cuello Dama, Pezón Largo y Cordobí.


The number of varieties cultivated in Europe is very high, however, it is generalized as common or European chestnut, according to the pattern to differentiate it from the Chinese chestnut, the Japanese chestnut and the American chestnut..

In Valle del Jerte the predominant variety is known as De Pablo. It is a traditional crop, in the mountains, with leafy trees, on a considerable slope in many cases. Harvesting is done entirely manually because the conditions of the land prevent the use of machinery. It starts at the beginning of October and lasts until the end of November.