Washington Navel


Season: early December to early March.

This variety was introduced into Spain from The Burjasot Agricultural Farming 1910 and it spread throughout all the orchard areas.

The size of the fruit is medium to large, with a bright orange colour, rounded or slightly oval, with variable-sized navel which can be completely closed in the fruit or more or less prominent. Its rind is thick and easy to peel. The pulp is firm textured, melting and sweet with good sourness.


Orange that stands out for its large size.


When eaten, we note that it is very juicy.