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  Living a day in a traditional garden VISTA IMPRIMIBLE
City: Alozaina Price per person: Please,check for the number of persons
• De 7 a 10 persos: 26,50 Euros /pax
• De 11 a 20 persos: 18´50 Euros / pax
When: March, April and May Min number of people: 4 persons
Lenght: 2 Days Max number of people: 20 persons
Company: Arde de mis Manos Phone and email: 952 48 02 28 – 647 15 40 24 -
Contact: Mariló Cejudo Web:

After the autumn and winter, it's time to carry out the tasks of preparing the ground allowing us to leave the land in good conditions for planting your vegetables in garden with the arrival of spring.
Your destination will be the ecological garden of a neighbor of the village.
With the help of a professional farmer, you will learn the labors in a garden. You will begin digging the earth, clearing of weeds and getting loose and porous texture that allows your irrigation and planting with ease.
You will carry the plants and manure in a handcart. The rake will be very useful to evenly distribute a thin layer of soil at planting or spreading manure and finally you will see how water is distributed thanks to the grooves made in the ground.
During the months of June, July and August you will learn the specific tasks during these months: maintenance, care and harvesting of vegetables, accompanied by a delicious “gazpacho” made with the products collected from the garden.
Then you will visit an ethnographic museum located in the village and once you are there, you will have the opportunity to make “pirulo” in the craft workshop.
Being Alozaina one of main village in core of production and dressing of olives, we invite you to live an experience as a farmer, learning and practicing different grafting techniques such as “wrist” and “patch”.
We hope you enjoy this experience in full contact with nature, learning all the knowledge of our ancestors.

The first day in the morning:
In a piece of land of a farmer, you will learn all the tasks of to preparing in a garden.
Note: You will be able to taste your own vegetables collected in the garden thanks to the farmer will send them to you by courier on delivery service.
First day in the afternoon:
As rich and complementary activity in your agricultural work, you will visit the museum of tools and customs in “Arte de mis manos” company to get to know the important ethnographic collection has been dedicated to field work and household chores. Thanks to this first contact, you will know the knowledge and skills that are part of our cultural heritage.
Then you will participate in the workshop of clay thanks to the help of a skilled potter who will help you implement your artistic skills and guide you in your work in pottery and getting to do with your own hands a jug, or popularly known as “cachirulo” or pirulo” in Alozaina.
In ancient times, it was typical to see our grandparents carrying their “pirulo”in the way to the countryside. The water is kept very fresh and relieved the thirst after a hardworking day.

NOTE: You will be able to take your “pirulo” made workshop of clay to home.
Second day in the morning:

You will visit a piece of land of olive trees where a skilled farmer will teach you the techniques of grafting.

After your task, you will taste delicious local products together with the farmers: cold meats roasted on the fire together with a good slice of bread.


Association for the Rural Development of Sierra de las Nieves

Edificio Sierra de las Nieves, Paraje de Río Grande-Las Millanas, s/n - 29109- Tolox (Málaga) - Phone: 952 48 28 21 - Fax: 952 48 29 44