Biodiversity is the tangible expression of the harmony of everything that grows and lives here.
In the highest altitude and driest lands of the farm, succulents topped by lush flowers coexists with prickly pear, cherry, mulberry, plum, pear, apple, loquat, plum, persimmon, strawberry tree and jujube, whose fruits attract hawks, blackbirds, peckers, thrushes, sparrows, robins, goldfinches, herons and other birds.
In the center part, the nuances are intense due to the presence of yellow broom and other plants such as pomegranate, walnut, apple, wild pear, and wild cherry.
In the lower part, occupied by the olive grove and the vineyard, one can enjoy the cool air from a small natural reservoir fed by stream waters, where small fish swim and other aquatic fauna abound.
This ecosystem is surrounded by a grove of oaks, wild plants such as hazels, flowering ash, farnias, elms, willows and butcher’s broom shrubs, white thorn, wild asparagus, laurel, rosemary and oregano. This is where foxes, porcupines and hares live and hide; they sometimes happen to get a nap in the vineyard, under a plant, perhaps after getting drunk with grapes’ juice.