If you are planning to travel to Jaén and, only if you have time enough to discover something different, the next stop on your route is the municipality of Espelúy.
Jaén is a major olive-growing region, and the local cuisine predominantly uses olive oil, game and locally produced vegetables. Hire a car and visit different towns to sample the different specialities. In Jaén city, the local dish is ajilimoje, and is made with olive oil, vinegar, potatoes and red capsicum (red pepper) spread on thick pieces of bread. Another speciality you will find here is pipirrana, which is a chopped vegetable salad.
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In towns such as Úbeda, Baeza, Sabiote and Cazorla, local vegetables (especially peppers), game and olive oil feature heavily in the cooking.
More fish is eaten near the coast, so head to Quesada for a cuisine that combines a number of foreign influences, featuring seafood and rice, along with olive oil, vegetables and fruit.