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Low-Cost walk * = small groups + you decide the price after the visit (except when scheduled subject to price and conditions. Visit our calendar).
Medieval strongholds: majada Josa
From Jaén, in the west it is not a very impressive with the povince’s top on its right, but from Úbeda becomes magnificent, and from Albanchez is the shadow maker during the long summer afternoons and the cold wind cutter in winter time.
Majada Josa is a hard to get there spot on a little plane on its east slope, where during Reconquest was raised a stronghold to look down on Guadalquivir valley, nowadays remaining a few elements such as the rammed earth wall piece over these words.
It’s been used a natural rock wall on its north as a defence.
From here it could be seen the Estrella pass on a clear day, the place through which the cristian troops came into Andalusia in 1212. a perfect place to control movements in Úbeda, Baeza and even the far noth-east Segura mountain range.
* What do werefer to with “low-cost walks”?
· Low impact · Designed for small groups of people · Exceptional places · Things as they are (even if painful) · Only if benefits local community · You, and only you decide the price after the visit.