A true traveler always chooses to discover the inhospitable, to reach places that many others would never try.
Welcome to Ubeda and Baeza, in the province of Jaen, just 90 minutes from Granada. Theses sister towns were proclaimed World Heritage Sites by Unesco in 2002 and cradles of Andalusian Renaissance. Surrounded by hundreds of thousands of olive trees (Jaen province alone is home to more than 60 million trees, representing a quarter of the world´s olive oil production), these two nearby towns at the foot of the second largest natural park in Europe, are one real hidden gem that you certainly should not miss.
At Granada Wanderer we do not like to exaggerate the destinations we promote, we simply want to convey our enthusiasm for places we hold dear to our hearts, we want you to be part of that feeling so that you experience it too. For this reason, Ubeda and Baeza are an indivisible part of an experience that we consider truly unique: The perfect union of Spanish Renaissance art and rural gastronomy based on wild meat and of course, the best olive oil in the world.