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Jaén, Spain’s inland paradise
The Andalusian province of Jaén is nature, art and history.
The largest extension of protected natural spaces in the country; a land steeped in Iberian culture, which has bequeathed sculptures of incalculable value; home to Castles and Battlegrounds that changed the course of history; Úbeda and Baeza, Renaissance cities inscribed Jaén in the World Heritage List; the Capital and its Cathedral; Linares, Andújar, Martos, Alcalá la Real, Bailén, La Carolina… the list goes on, taking in a total of ninety-seven municipalities within a modern, pluralist and hospitable province; home to more that sixty million olive trees that, year after year, yield fruits that are used to produce the finest oil in the world; a province boasting an outstanding gastronomy; a province affording a landscape that invites practitioners of sports and active tourism. Jaén is all of these things, the andalusian indland paradise.
Granada, much more than expected
The province of Granada holds an unimaginable quantity and variety of tourist attractions: the Alhambra, the most visited monument in Spain and one of the most beautiful in the entire world; one of Europe’s best ski resorts is in the Sierra Nevada; and, just 75 minutes away by car, we swap the snow for the beaches of the Tropical Coast, with enviable temperatures all year round.
This diversity of climates, sceneries and resources allows the province of Granada being one of the best destinations in Spain for vacations. There are so many possibilities at any time of the year: culture and historical monuments, rural and active tourism, snow and sport, bucket and spade holidays, conferences and incentives, leisure… For lovers of nature and rural tourism, the province is home to five natural parks and a national park.