Question 1: This olive grove is in the Serra de Tramuntana range. Where’s that?
Correct Answer: Spain
Fact: The Serra de Tramuntana range forms the northern spine of Majorca, the largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands, in the Mediterranean Sea.
Question 2: What product is made from olive oil in Majorca?
Correct Answer: Soap
Fact: Natural luxury products are produced on the island of Majorca, known for its top-notch olive oil and citrus fruits. They offer a range of items made from olive oil and exotic plants from the region, such as soaps, skincare products, and perfumes.
Question 3: Which Spanish city is home to the world’s oldest restaurant?
Correct Answer: Madrid
Fact: According to the Guinness Book of Records, the world's oldest restaurant is Sobrino de Botín. It opened its doors in Madrid in 1725 and was originally called Casa Botín. The diner employed the young Francisco de Goya before he became a famous painter, and it appears in one of Ernest Hemingway's novels.