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Quick seach for Spanish Hotels in Jáen Province of Andalucía

A2Z Spain Is please to offer the following search results for the Province of Jáen while we compile our complete database.

The province of Jaén sits in a central location, in the north of Andalucía.  Famous for its rich cultural and architectural heritage which are evident throughout the province. The castle in the capital, also named Jaén, sits on Mount Catalina. Of Christian origin but up until the 13th century it was a Moorish fortress. Other cultural attractions in the city are the Arabic baths, the largest preserved baths in Spain and the Cathedral which is considered to be one of the most important examples of renaissance architecture in the country.

Over the last few years Jaén has seen a significant increase in cultural tourism which is reflected in the many hostels, hotels and cuisine available in the city.   It is a buzzing and lively town with plenty of bars and entertainment.  The province is renowned to be the largest producer of olive oil in the world, fondly referred to as "liquid gold" by the locals.

In September, Jaén hosts the Feria de la Divina Pastora and bull-running takes place in October.  Bull running is an age old tradition where both people and bulls take to the streets in a bazaar game of cat and mouse, with the roles interchanging each second.  San Antonio Abad, the patron saint and protector of animals is celebrated each year and plazas everywhere become illuminated with bonfires.  

The province of Jaén has the largest area of protected wilderness in Spain and is home to four natural parks.  Throughout this landscape are numerous villages and towns, each with their own unique fiestas and traditions.

Úbeda is known as the economic hub of the province due to both its location in the centre of the province and its amenities.  The town lends its name to a common figure of speech in Spanish, andar por los cerros de Úbeda  - meaning 'to walk around the hills of Úbeda', or 'to go off at a tangent'

The town of Baeza has been in existence since Roman times and has been declared a world heritage site.   It is host to some magnificent examples of architecture, particularly Italian Renaissance.   Unfortunately, a lot of the Moorish buildings have been destroyed, however the Cordova and Úbeda gates and the arch of Baeza are examples which remain.

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