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Castillo De Canena

Castillo de Canena takes its name from the family castle nestled in the hills of the township of Canena, in Spain’s Jaen province in the region of Andalusia. Their olive-producing history dates back to 1780.

Castillo de Canena is situated in the lush surroundings of the Guadalquivir River Valley, and is the name they have given to their extra virgin olive oils. They are located near the World Heritage cities of Úbeda and Baeza, two magnificent representatives of the cultural essence of Andalusia.

The Arabs built the Castle of Canena on the site of a Roman settlement. It was converted into a fortress for the Calatrava Order during the Reconquista and served this purpose until it was acquired in 1538 by Francisco de los Cobos, Secretary to Charles V. He transformed the Castle into a Palace, where the Emperor himself stayed.

For 3000 years, olive oil has been leading in our culture and economy, with Jaén seated at the very centre. Their olive groves are cradled in the Valley of the Upper Guadalquivir River, between the Cazorla and Mágina mountain chains. Here, the family-owned olive trees cover the lovely irrigated farmland and harvest the olives to produce the highest quality extra virgin olive oil of classic varietals such as Picual, Arbequina and Royal.

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