There are various tastings and opportunities for "olive oil" tourism
This region's most prized commodity, with centuries of tradition behind it
The saying goes that landlocked Jaén does have an ocean - only it's an ocean of olives, and one from which the world draws about a quarter of its olive oil. So it would be remiss to leave the region without getting to know a bit more about this critical local commodity and tradition. A number of organisations set up tastings which are often free of charge and held in notable landmarks such as Santa Catalina Castle or the Palacio del Condestable Iranzo. There are also companies which organise tastings for visitors in different languages, such as Cata y Cultura (www.CatayCultura.com).
Your customised guide
Add files to start to configure your guide
10 tips to keep your hand baggage
Find out what type of packs are considered hand baggage and how to can change them so that they can go in the cabin with you during the flight.Free download