Sabariego in Jaen province is a small village that belongs to Alcaudete. The town is located near San Juan River where you can visit a Roman Bridge. Also, on the top of the hill you can visit the Atalaya de la Harina, an Arab watchtower.
Ayuntamiento de Sabariego
Pedania de Alcaudete
Plaza 28 de Febrero, 1 23660 Alcaudete (Jaen)
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1h 40 min
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Sabariego in Jaen is a village located in the Sierra Sur de Jaen. It belongs to the municipality of Alcaudete. Looking to the proof we have, we can certainly say that this village existed in Roman times. There is a Roman bridge built over the river San Juan, close to the village.
- Fiesta del Palo – It takes place in the 1st of May. People from the town go to the San Juan River, looking for the tallest tree, to cut and bring it to the centre of the town. There, people gather together and enjoy the day having lunch with family and friends. The importance of the trunk is that later on, in the afternoon, a jamon is hung at the top and people will try to get it climbing the trunk.
- Fiesta de la Candelaria – Celebrated on the 2nd of February. With the branches and trunks cut from the olive trees, people make a bonfire around which they have dinner and enjoy the evening with family and friends.