Hacienda Guzmán is more than a space for the production of olive oil, it is a world reference centre in terms of oleotourism. It now opens its doors to you, to learn what it was like before and now in this key sector in the Andalusian economy. The olive-growing history of Hacienda Guzmán dates back more than five centuries, when Hernando Colón, son of Cristóbal Colón, exported the olive oil produced on the estate to the Americas. Between the 16th and 19th centuries, each of the hacienda's three towers housed a beam mill, which made it one of the largest olive oil factories in the world. Today, Hacienda Guzmán, which has a mill and a 15-meter-long mahogany beam dating from the seventeenth century, offers a faithful recreation of the traditional process and is a reflection of the reality of the current olive sector, with innovative facilities that allow it to obtain the most select olive oil. Visit our facilities and you will be able to appreciate the extraordinary richness and complexity of the world of olive oil, in a unique environment.

Almazara HG
Museo de carruajes
Jardín Andalusi
Sala fundacion
Patio del Señorío
Sala HG
Almazara S.XVII
Molino de Sangre S.XVII
Patio de Lagar

At Hacienda Guzmán, you will find one of the largest olive tree museums in the world. More than 150 varieties from 13 different countries give us an appreciation of the extraordinary richness and complexity of the world of olive oil.


Comprised of three independent high-precision mills, it allows olives to be ground by varieties and with exhaustive control of both the beating time and the temperature to which the olives are subjected during the process. The result is an EVOO of the highest quality.


This is where the people who have signed up for the Hacienda Guzmán guided tour are welcomed.


Our Carriage Museum displays original carriages from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, along with the rigging and clothing from back then to the present day.


The third courtyard of the Hacienda houses the stables of purebred Spanish horses, today the object of praise for their special and beautiful morphology and for their majestic way of dancing. This courtyard also has a carriage museum containing a private collection of original carriages from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.


Hacienda Guzmán has Arabic gardens and a traditional irrigation pool that were the former main entrance to the hacienda. The symmetry of the towers shows the importance of aesthetics in the constructions of the time, as it is a baroque style building from the 18th century.


This multipurpose room is ideal for hosting all kinds of corporate events such as presentations, conferences and workshops or any other type of work session.


This is the axis of the property and was reserved for social use. Throughout history, numerous public figures have stayed overnight in the rooms that surround it, among them Carlos III and Fernando VI, who came to enjoy the surroundings.


This is a charming and intimate room, perfect for meetings or business breakfasts.


Inside this olive-centric complex is a shop where you can find the exclusive new-crop HG oils. Our four varieties are available both in the physical store of the property itself and in our Online store.


The original oil mill has been restored in one of the towers that were part of the Hacienda. The blood (animal-powered) mill and the beam are unique pieces that allow us to show what the olive oil production system was like between the 16th and 19th centuries.


Our farm has a blood mill (animal-powered) from the 17th century that is in perfect condition. This gives visitors an idea of how olive oil was made in ancient times.


A paved patio space where olives used to be stored for days, waiting to enter the oil mill to be ground.

  • 1. Olivoteca
  • 2. oil mill
  • 3. Offices
  • 4. Carriage Museum
  • 5. Caballerizas
  • 6 Andalusí Garden
  • 7. Sala Fundación
  • 8. Patio del Señorío
  • 9. HG Room
  • 10. Shop
  • 11. Oil mill 17th century
  • 12. Blood Mill S.XVII
  • 13. Patio de Lagar

Tailored Oleotourism at Hacienda Guzmán

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