Wild olive trees (Olea Europaea sylvestris) have been growing on the estate for centuries, unaffected by any human intervention, just with the protection of the mild microclimate of the lake. Wild olives grow and bear fruits completely unaided, in the most natural of processes, relying only on the sun and the rain. Today there are around 90,000 wild olive trees on the estate together with approximately 10,000 tame olive trees (Olea Europaea), and produce respectively wild olive oil, one of Greek nature’s superfoods, and extra virgin olive oil (EVOO).