The blooming winter of Vallebona is a triumph of scents and colors. Walking through the countryside from December to April, the white and yellow of millions of small flowers stand out like in an impressionist painting. They are Genistas and Mimosas, perennial wild plants belonging to the Fabaceae family, "Retama raetam" and "Acacia dealbata," hybridized and cultivated since the 1950s.
The terraces, once populated only by olive trees, have partially made room for this important economy. Once again, the "good valley" has linked its destiny to nature and landscape care, allowing the "harvested and packaged" blooming branches to reach and delight places halfway around the world. Discover Vallebona and its blossoms during the mild winter months.