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Linares Linares

LinaresLinares is a city located in the Andalusian province of Jaén, Spain. It is considered the second most important city in that province and had a population of 62,347 in the most recent census. The altitude is 419 metres (1,375 feet) and the total area of the municipality is 195.15 square kilometres (75.35 sq mi). It is located on kilometer 120 on the Valencia-Córdoba highway (N-322) and is 51 kilometres (32 miles) from the capital, Jaén.

The city is well connected to the rest of Spain. The Autovia de Andalucia, NIV Madrid-Cádiz, is located 12 km (7 miles) to the west at Bailén. There is a railroad station at Linares-Baeza, with lines connecting Madrid and Cádiz, and Madrid-Granada-Almería.

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Torres Torres

Torres is a Spanish municipality located in the northwestern part of the comarcaof Sierra Mágina, in the province of Jaén and the autonomous community of Andalusia. It borders with the municipalities of Albanchez de Mágina, Cambil, Pegalajar, Jimena and Mancha Real.

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Torredelcampo Torredelcampo

Torredelcampo is a city located in the province of Jaén, Spain. The village is located 11 km northwest of Jaén, bordering the highway A-316, at 640 meters above sea level . According to the 2006 census (INE), the city has a population of 14,076 inhabitants.

A lovely Andalucian small town with all amenities needed and close by to the bigger city of Jaen.

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Valdespenas De Jaen

Valdepeñas de Jaén is a city located in the province of Jaén, Spain. According to the 2005 census (INE), the city has a population of 4315 inhabitants.

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The Town of Martos is located in the province of Jaen in Andalucía in Southern Spain.

It has a population of 24061 inhabitants, making Martos the fifth largest municipality in the province. The city is located on a western peak of the Sierra Jabalcuz mountain range. Its economy is based on agriculture, in particular the cultivation of the olive tree. Martos is considered to be the first producer of olive oil in the world.

The Town is steeped in history and has been linked to the Roman settlement of Colonia Augusta Gemella and starting in the 8th century was ruled by the Moors under various Islamic states for over 500 years. In 1225, King Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon captured the Town from the Moors and incorporated it into his kingdom.

Today Martos is quite a cosmopolitan Town as it has an old Town and a New Town. The Old town proudly still shows off its historic and traditional past whilst the new town has modern bars and restaurants there really is something for everyone.


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JaenLocated less than an hour’s drive away from Granada and the airport Jaen city is a real must see for lovers of Andalucía. The city has an ancient and fascinating history and a castle that towers over its winding streets.
The best lookout point over this magnificent city is at the top of the Santa Catalina castle where you can look down on this charming provincial capital and as far as the eye can see there are olive groves. At this point also you can take in and enjoy the town’s architecture and monuments.

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Castillo de Locubín is a village located in the south-western corner of the province of Jaen in Andalucian , Spain According to the 2006 census the village has a population of 5000 inhabitants.

Castillo de LocubínCastillo de Locubín is a pueblo blanco or white village, so named for the white-washed external walls of the houses. It is located in the foothills of the Sierra Sur. The Moorish castle is in ruins. The 16th century church is dedicated to St Peter the Apostle. Castillo main local crafts are pottery and ceramics. During the first week in June, a cherry fair to celebrate the Cherry harvest is held, with competitions for the best liqueurs, desserts and cuisine based on cherry. Castillo is 7 kilometres north of Alcala La Real and 2km from the N432 main road.


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Alcala la Real

Alcala la Real has a population of approximately 21,000 and is located between Cordoba and Granada however it falls within the Jaen province.

The town has an impressive fortress which looks magnificent when illuminated during the evening. It was a strategic stronghold during medieval times, and subsequently occupied by the Moors in 713. Alcala la real has been the scene of frequent battles between the Moors and the Christians over the years and the presence of both is still apparent around the Town.
Today it is a thriving Town and its weekly market brings people in from surrounding villages in the area.

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NIE / Residencia / Empadronmiento
We offer accompanied trips to Jaen or Granada to ensure a stress free completion of legal paperwork and documentation.

We work closely and can offer you access to professional English speaking lawyers who can arrange wills, taxes, house sales and purchases along with assistance and support in setting up a business.Jaen Expat Services

We can offer a full range of insurance services from house to car and pet to travel all with English speaking agents locally based.

Importing an English car into Spain can often be a mine field. However, we can offer you a complete import service covering all the necessary paperwork and taxes. We work closely with local garages in Alcala La Real, Martos, Castillo de locubin and Alcaudete .

Bank Accounts and Currency
We can assist you with the opening and the maintenance of a Spanish bank account along with working closely with two of the biggest exchange companies in Spain to ensure you always get the best possible exchange rate available.

Accompanied Visits
Visiting a doctor, dentist or vet along with a language barrier can be both worrying and stressful! We can make appointments and accompany you and translate on your behalf.Expat Services

Property Management

Cleaning: Services
We offer a complete and comprehensive cleaning service individually tailored to our client needs. Services range from a general clean on an ad hoc basis, a deep full clean or a rental change over clean. In addition to this service we also offer a washing and ironing service where we can arrange your laundry to be collected and returned direct to you. We provide all of our own cleaning products and our cleaners are all vetted and subject to regular inspection checks.

Gardening: Services
Caring for and manually watering your plants and flowers in your absence, weeding and pruning and general tidying up of the garden area.

Resident's holiday packages
As a resident in Spain you may wish to take a holiday but worry that your property may lie empty. However we can make regular checks on your home in your absence.Andalucian Property Services

Key holder services
We can hold your key securely and make it available only to people that you give prior permission to.

Property checks
There are times after severe weather that it may well be necessary to check your property for any damage or problems. We can offer a service to do this as either part of the key holder service or through a full property management scheme.

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Located on the West side of the Sierra Sur region of the province of Jaen Alcaudete has a population of twelve thousand inhabitants and many historically important buildings.

AlcaudeteThe landscape from the Town is of rolling olive trees and a wealth of nature reserves. The via Verde, a new way of making use of the old abandoned railway passes through here and is ideal for walkers or cyclist.

The Moors built the first fortress during the 8th and 9th Century as protection, the castle seen there today was rebuilt in the 13th and 14th centuries by order of the Calatrava and boasts a commanding hilltop position. The church in front, the Santa Maria was build over the site of a Muslim mosque between the 15th and 17th Centuries and its two huge imposing doorways are decorated with huge columns.

This bustling little market Town has everything to offer that you could need with shops, banks, bars and restaurants with a weekly Saturday market rich in heritage.

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