Centenary olive trees
Olive groves on the hills of La Campiña, on the plains, olive groves in the mountains. Olive groves in different landscapes but always olive groves. It would be difficult to choose the best places to contemplate the millions of olive trees in Jaén. Below is a selection of some privileged viewpoints, which are not the only ones, just some of the ones you will find on your visits, and which also offer you the chance to get to know the memory of the province of Jaén.
Road A-316 in its section Torr ...Various populations
Mirador Casco Antiguo de Arjon ...Arjona
Iznatoraf Historical Centre Vi ...Iznatoraf
Viewpoint Castillo de Baños de ...Baños de la Encina
Viewpoint Castillo de la Peña ...Martos
Viewpoint Santa Catalina Castl ...Jaén
Viewpoint Castillo de Segura d ...Segura de la Sierra
Mirador del Castillo de Albanc ...Albanchez de Mágina
Viewpoint Paseo de Antonio Mac ...Baeza
Greenway of oil
Its entire route, from Jaén to the provincial limit of Córdoba, winds its way through olive groves that make up a landscape of authentic sea of olive trees dotted with typical Andalusian farmhouses. The presence of the Sierras de Jabalcuz, la Grana, la Caracolera and del Ahillos, located very close to the south and east of the Vía Verde, provide diversity to the relief and landscape. In the province of Córdoba, it continues along the Vía Verde de las Subbéticas, which increases its interest as an alternative means of getting to know these two provinces.
Its heritage attractions include five Torredelcampo, Torredonjimeno, Martos, Vado-Jaén (Martos) and Alcaudete stations, two tunnels (Torredelcampo and Torredonjimeno), as well as nine metal viaducts, works with a riveted metal structure (from 70 to 224 meters in length) that offer aerial passages over the olive grove landscape to save streams and ravines.