Holiday Homes Jaen
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56 holiday rentals found in Jaen
Are you looking for the perfect place where to relax, surrounded by lush vegetation and real quietness? Then, you should book a holiday home in Jaen. On our webpage, we provide you with a full offer of accommodation in this province: find the one that suits you best and plan your getaway to the northern area of Andalucia.
Holiday homes for groups
The offer of houses on the outskirts of Jaen varies, and it features spacious accommodation, ideal for a group holiday with friends and family. Our holiday homes are set in green areas, with fabulous views of the hills dotted with olive trees, the most typical landscape of the province of Jaen. They feature extensive private pools, spacious rooms and fabulous gardens that can welcome your pet, too.
Villas with private pool
To rejoice in the fabulous weather of Andalucia, we offer holiday homes with a private pool so that you can refresh in the splendid inland area of Andalucia. The spacious outdoor areas are equipped with anything for enjoying open-air activities: spend as much time as you want with your beloved ones, and admire the enveloping olive yards from the big terraces.
The province of Jaen: nature, towns and olive yards
The province of Jaen is located in the inland part of Andalucia, between the provinces of Cordoba and Granada, which you can visit during fun day trips. The extensive ground of Jaen’s countryside is filled with hideouts to discover, such as the impressive Natural Park of Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas. The park is called this way because it occupies the area of these three regions. Besides, the province welcomes two other Sierras, the Sierra Sur and the Sierra Mágina. You can then get lost in the lush vegetation and completely unwind from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
This area is mainly famous for the large olive yards, where one of the best olive oils in the world is produced. On the other side, if you fancy culture, you must visit the region of La Loma, and get lost in the narrow streets of Ubeda and Baeza above all, which were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
What to see in Jaen?
Jaen features several monuments that are worth visiting: its impressive Cathedral, a Renaissance-and-Baroque building, and the fabulous Castle of Santa Catalina, which is part of the Route of the Castles of Jaen. If you’d rather do some sport while you discover the province, make the most of the Vía Verde del Aceite by bike: this is the perfect chance for tasting the local cuisine and, in particular, its famous olive oil. You will appreciate the local culture and fall in love with the province of Jaen.
Your holiday rental in Jaen
You can start planning your route through the natural parks and towns in the province of Jaen. Make sure to choose one of the accommodation in the area and not to miss out a thing around Jaen. Pick your favourite house among the ones offered on our webpage, with a private pool and adapted for big groups. Whatever you choose, the holiday homes in Jaen will allow you to discover this precious province together with your beloved ones.
The most interesting areas in Jaen
Frequently Asked Questions about Jaen
How much does a stay in a Jaen holiday home cost?
Staying in a holiday home in Jaen costs on average €26 p.p./per night. Depending on the season, prices can range from €17 p.p./per night in September to €37 p.p./per night in June.
What are the most affordable towns in the province of Jaen?
Which homes in Jaen are recommended for families?
The best homes in Jaen if you're travelling with family are:
This selection is based on the feedback of other holidaymakers, in particular families with children. You can find more feedback by filtering by 'Type of traveller' on our website.
Which are the best holiday homes in Jaen?
What is there to see in Jaen?
In Jaen city, you can visit the Cathedral, Arab Baths and the Castle of Santa Catalina. Around the province, why not take advantage of the fabulous Sierra de Cazorla park for some hiking, and the villages of Úbeda y Baeza, both declared World Heritage sites, to immerse yourself in some of Jaen's culture. If you're more of a foodie, don't miss out on the olive oil tastings that Jaen and the surrounding province are well known for.
How do you get to Jaen?
You can reach Jaen in different ways, by train, by plane, by car and by bus. It’s located 100 km from the Federico García Lorca Airport, which belongs to the provinces of Granada and Jaen. The airport Granada-Jaen connects both cities with the most important destinations in Spain and Europe.
Besides, the province of Jaen is provided with a wide net of buses that connect it with the rest of the cities in Andalucia and Spain. By train, you can get to Jaen thanks to the train station that’s connected with Cordoba, Cadiz, Madrid, Albacete and Alicante. Lastly, if you choose to travel by car, you can reach Jaen via the A-44 and A-92 highway.
When is best to visit Jaen?
The best time of year to visit Jaen is in April, May and October. In summer, temperatures can soar, with a maximum of around 33ºC, while in winter it is usually cold, especially in January.