Plaza Santa María, s/n
23002  Jaén  (Andalusia)
Tel.:+34 953241448
Tel.:+34 953234233




Example of the Andalusian Renaissance

The cathedral is home the Holy Veil, which according to tradition was used by Saint Veronica to wash Christ’s face.

The cathedral is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin and was built on the site of the old mosque in the time of Ferdinand III the Saint. However in the 15th century, the Gothic shrine was built to hold the Holy Veil or Sudarium, which became the object of pilgrimages to the site. The church was refurbished by Andrés de Vandelvira in the 16th century, when it assumed a marked Renaissance style. It has been declared a Historic-Artistic Monument. The Baroque façade is the work of Eufrasio López de Rojas. On the inside there are 17 chapels, of which the largest was decorated by Juan de Aranda in the 17th century.

  • Bouw: Cathedral
  • Artistieke periode: Renaissance
  • Historische periode: 18th century, 16th century
  • Omgeving: Fuente Nueva, Condestable Palace, parish church of San Bartolomé.

Praktische informatie


  • Van Maandag tot Vrijdag Van 10:00 tot 14:00 Van 16:00 tot 20:00
  • Zaterdag Van 10:00 tot 14:00 Van 16:00 tot 19:00
  • Feestdagen en Zondag Van 10:00 tot 12:00 Van 16:00 tot 18:00


  • Algemeen: 5€
  • Gepensioneerden: 2€
  • Kinderen: 1,50€
  • Groepen: 3€


WAT IS ER IN DE BUURT? (in een straal van 2 km)