The 16th century Finca, Son Elsebitx, is situated on the outskirts of Petra in the eastern part of Mallorca. This area of the island has retained its flourishing, traditional Mallorquin agriculture. Until the beginning of the 20th century wine production was prevalent but this was adversely affected by Phylloxera. Son Elsebitx has been a working farm in the Mas Llull family for over 150 years. Now 25 hectares of the original farm is dedicated to olive growing.
The cultivar grown, Arbequina, is well adapted to growing on poorer soils and gives a high yield of small, round fruits. These olives produce a smooth, intensively fruity oil.