Colombia is coffee, a drink so connected to the history and culture of this country the two are inseparable. There is perhaps no place as emblematic of this tradition than Venecia, which was home to the very first hacienda plantations in all of Antioquia more than 100 years ago. From the foothills around Cerro Tusa, the first sacks of Arabica ever exported from Colombia were grown, and for this reason every bag today still bears the mark of that famous mountain. Educational tours of Bosque Adentro, an organic and sustainable coffee plantation, offer an exclusive look into the work that goes into every cup of coffee, and a visit to La Amelia shows the rich history of those traditions.
Visit the gourmet coffee plantation of Venecia to learn about the production process of the quality coffees and absorb the breathtaking atmosphere of the lands.