A legacy of nine centuries
The main entrance to the property is crowned with a spectacular thousand-year-old oak tree that, if it could speak, would tell us all the incredible stories it has witnessed throughout so many years from its privileged position.
Masia Can Viver started its journey before the year 1156 in which the first Viver, most likely running from the looted and pillaged Barcelona, decided to accept the letter of privilege offered by the count of Barcelona Ramón Berenguer IV (1114-1162) giving land to those who wanted to work them.
From then until now, the Viver family has remained on this land. Many generations working and living off the fields. Others, however, completely abandoning the property.
In 2006, we started to rebuild and renovate the farmhouse as well as the agrarian exploitation. In 2016, we started selling our first premium olive oil. And in June 2017, we received the 3-star qualification for Exceptional Taste from the International Taste & Quality Institute (iTQi) with headquarters in Brussels. This type of recognition makes us very proud, but especially because Masia Can Viver continues to make history.