Mutation of the Washington variety to have originated in Vinaròs (Castellón). Vigorous tree with thorns that are smaller on fruit-bearing branches. Light green leaves.
Flowers lack pollen and the fruit has navels, although the latter are smaller than those found on other Navel varieties. Medium-sized, elongated fruit. Good organoleptic quality. Light orange skin. Navel hardly visible on the outside. Seedless. Very juicy and extremely high-quality pulp.
Ripens internally in the first season, however external maturity (colouring) comes much later, therefore it is normally harvested in the second season (around February-May). Its quality means it is normally sold at select markets at a high price. Regions without a high risk of late frost are more suitable for the variety. Irrigation and fertilisers, etc, must be managed correctly in order to produce a high yield.