The climate had initially encouraged a good flowering and fruit set of the young fruits but the strong heat in July and especially the one during the last decade of August caused a strong fruit fall, drastically reducing the production. The olive fruit fly, always due to the meteorological conditions, initially suffered the heat and in mid-October the strong drop in temperatures weakened the adults and the eggs laid. Therefore, even this year, we have not suffered any attacks from the terrible parasite consequently avoiding the use of pesticides guaranteeing healthy olives. The extremely favourable climate conditions starting at the end of the month of October and all through November made it possible to have a harvest under the best possible conditions. The harvest ended at the end of November.