Baños de la Encina

Baños de la Encina
Type: municipality Province: Jaén
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  • Trinchera Romana del Polígono
  • Iglesia de San Mateo
  • Castillo de Baños
  • Camino Romano de los Charcones
  • Piedra Escurridera
  • Huerta Zambrana
  • Pozo de la Vega
  • Sierra de Andújar
  • Alcubilla
  • Piedras Bermejas
  • Molino de viento del Santo Cristo
  • Ermita de Jesús del Llano
  • Museo del Territorio Torreón del Recuerdo
  • Pozo Nuevo
  • Piedra Escurridera
  • Sierra de Andújar
  • Sierra de Andújar
  • Sierra de Andújar
  • Alcubilla
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Piedra Escurridera
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Piedra Escurridera

  • Municipality: Baños de la Encina
  • Province: Jaén
  • In an idyllic setting in the town of monuments Baños de la Encina, the Piedra Escurridera is nothing other than a huge lump of granite used as a slide by dozens of generations of children.300 million years ago, through a fissur...

Piedras Bermejas
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Piedras Bermejas

  • Municipality: Baños de la Encina
  • Province: Jaén
  • Located in the heart of a forest, amid the Dehesa del Santo Cristo meadowland, the ”lungs” of the mountain town of Baños de la Encina, the popular beauty spot known as Piedras Bermejas (Bermejas Stones) creates a spectacular la...

Sierra de Andújar
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Sierra de Andújar

  • Municipality: Andújar, Baños de la Encina, Marmolejo, Villanueva de la Reina
  • Province: Jaén
  • The hills of oak arise as far as the eyes can see at Sierra de Andújar, as colossal steps that rise from the depths of the Guadalquivir Valley to colonise the mount of La Mancha; above the attentive flight of the imperial eagle...

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