In the western part of the province is the smallest grape-producing region in Jaén, and on this moor looms the Gothic-style lopera Catle, with its two compact towers of Santa María and San Miguel. You are advised to take a relaxing stroll through the village in august to witness the spectacular Los Cristos Fair: that of the Vera Cruz or Cristo Grande, the first to receive worshippers and whose brotherhood dates from the sixteenth century, and on the next day reveille is held at Cristo Chico, salvos fired at dawn by the brotherhood members.
The religious fiesta concludes on Tuesday with the procession
of the image of Cristo del Humilladero, accompanied by its soldier
troop that was founded in the eighteenth century. Among the festivities
of this village, known for its Amontillado wine, the greyhound
races and the two daily calf fights are outstanding.