This economically important region characterizes a traditional Mediterranean agricultural zone, with gentle hills covered with olive trees, whose fruit are pressed for oil, and with vines, from which the tasty Montilla and Moriles wine is made. Beyond here, the land rises into the Sistema Subbético, a lightly wooded expanse of tortured limestone hills and plateaux. Places such as Priego de Córdoba and Zuheros rank among Andalucía’s prettiest white towns; the former has a fine ensemble of Baroque architecture, while the latter is a stunningly attractive spot with an important Neolithic cave above town. Meanwhile, Baena is one of Spain’s most heralded olive oil towns.
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