Jaén es una tierra con diversidad de terrenos, montañas 🏔, campiñas formadas por olivos, ríos, castillos etc., constituidos por desniveles importantes. Su historia y gastronomía conforman cada lugar en algo similar pero al mismo tiempo, diferente.
El verde es el color más presente, pero el verde olivo perdura perenne todo el año, mientras que el verde de la vegetación suele dejarnos en verano.
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I am in love with our land and our mountains and although I reside in the capital Jaén whenever I can escape there, I do so relatively frequently.
Last Saturday I was in Don Domingo and I love that area.
I am delighted to be able to help you and if when you come to your town I…
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Route that starts from the Greenway, but for a short time because at km 2 we leave it to go in search of El Término.
From there and 200 m, we take a dirt track to the left through olive groves that are sometimes plowed, and the track blurs a bit, in the direction of the Torre de Ayosar farmhouse, and…
Mountain Biking Highlight
The ruins of Castro Ferral are considered to be of Almohad origin and it was a fundamental enclave during the famous battle of Las Navas de Tolosa, on June 16, 1212. The Christian armies, supported by Crusader knights, Templars and other military orders, took Castro Ferral in their advance towards the territories dominated by Muslim troops. Several days before the famous battle, the vanguard army under the command of Diego López de Haro arrived at Paso de la Losa, but the Arab troops were in an advantageous position. The Christians went up to the port of Muradal, protected by the fortress of Castro Ferral, and helped by the local shepherd Martín Halaja found a path in the mountains through Puerto del Rey and camped in an advantageous position in front of the Muslims in the Mesa del Rey. The rest is history.
Tip by Juanjo Alonso Kapi
Mountain Biking Highlight
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
For those who are tired of the Vía Verde, this alternative provides a variety of routes, although it also has a greater drop in descent from the brewery to the Vía Verde, and it cannot be driven by vehicle because it has a chain at the end of it, but By bike yes you can.
Tip by Juano Mesas 🚴♂️🎼👨🎓
A cool day dawned as usual in Pontones, around 6 degrees. It had snowed a few days before and we did not know if there would be snow in the Campos de Hernán Perea, or putting ourselves in the worst case, if we would even get to start our road programming.
We leave along the road from the source of the…
Bike Touring Collection by Tölzer Land
Hiking Collection by MySwitzerland
Bike Touring Collection by VERKEHRSVERBUND GROSSRAUM NÜRNBERG
Hiking Collection by Dan Hobson