These clementines come from a farm near the ancient town Segorbe 50 kilometres north of Valencia in a mountainous region. The farm is in the grounds of an old monastery which fell into disrepair which they are now restoring .The only other farms in the area are Olive farms. On the edge of the farm there is an Olive tree 1500 + years old and a National monument.
The village of Segorbe is immersed in a fertile plain, washed by the Palancia River. Its medieval layout conceals several architectural gems, like the cathedral, and the vestiges of the ancient wall.
The square of Agua Limpia (clean water), so-named because of the plentiful springs found in the area, is the nerve centre of the town.
The local holiday celebrations in Segorbe, declared to be of Tourist Interest, are held towards the end of August, and include a busy programme, filled with cultural, religious, and entertainment activities.