The Montes de Toledo is a set of mountain ranges of about 200 km long with low altitude located in the center of the southern iberian sub-plateau, south of Madrid.

This territorial area, with an undulating topography of about 500 metres in altitude, has an enormous environmental value and is home to the Cabañeros Natural Park, which contains numerous species native to Spain, some of which are highly threatened, such as the lynx and the golden eagle.

Toledo’s climate is classified as local steppe, which consists of strong temperature fluctuations with low rainfall: winters are cold and summers are hot, ideal conditions for natural pest and disease control without the use of pesticides or other agrochemicals.