Trás-os-Montes

 
Mirandela is a Portuguese town in the district of Bragança (North), located in the Tua River Valley, in predominantly flat area of very fertile soils where olive trees are grown.

Around it are many hills and, creating the ideal conditions for the Mirandela “microclimate” characterized by hot, hot summers, which give it the nickname "Terra Quente Transmontana (Transmontana Hot Land)".

The city lies at an altitude of 210 meters at 280 meters. The soil of Mirandela is predominantly schist.

The tillage of olive trees in this region produces olives of high quality, allowing, combining the noble secular tradition with the technological innovations, to obtain oils of unequaled purity and quality.

These are the roots of Divine Olive Oil Cuisine.
 
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