Reviving traditional approaches to the atmosphere, cuisine, hospitality and everything else is this restaurant’s approach. Located in a natural setting, it is an ideal place to relax. Here, you can enjoy the warmth of a fireplace or beautiful views from its terrace in the summer. Located next to the site of the historic Battle of Navas de Tolosa.
Dedicated to haute cuisine. A benchmark in its sector, it has an extensive range of services, restaurants, catering and even its own factory, where it makes its famous partridge paté. Its success is based on the careful selection of raw materials and the quality of its professionals.
Serreña cuisine, which was traditionally cooked in the Sierra Morena area, is well represented in this restaurant in La Carolina. On their menu, lovers of good food will find dishes based on garden produce and, in particular, mountain-game and small-game meat.
This 18th-century townhouse, which has recently been renovated, has a winery, a restaurant, a terrace and a chill-out area, as well as other facilities. It is noteworthy for its exceptional location, behind the town hall and next to the majestic Castle of Baños de la Encina.
Given its name thanks to its links with the bullfighting world and the figure of this renowned bullfighter, the restaurant is located in the Cervantes Hotel in Linares. Lovers of traditional Spanish gastronomy can enjoy the best dishes in a comfortable, welcoming and elegant environment.
If you are a fan of bullfighting, you must go here. It is one of the most typical taverns in Linares. Inside, the original courtyard and well from this building built at the end of the 18th century are still standing. A bullfighting museum since 1980, its exhibition includes mementos from Manolete’s fatal goring, for example.
Situated in an old and welcoming house in Linares, the cuisine of this restaurant is full of flavours, aromas and textures. A benchmark in so-called creative signature cuisine, its dishes have a main ingredient: extra-virgin olive oil produced in the province of Jaén.
Young Linares chef Juan Carlos Trujillo has left his personal stamp on the style of this inviting restaurant, which has a contemporary Andalusian feel. The quality of its cuisine, which mixes innovation and tradition, has made it worthy of inclusion in Spain’s most prestigious gastronomical guides.
Its extensive menu of dishes and a personalised service characterise this establishment located in Arjonilla, a small municipality located in the beautiful olive groves of the region of Jaén. Its proximity to other municipalities included in the Route make it a perfect place to relax during your journey.