The Fiddle leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is a large leafed member of the ficus genus and one that is valued as an ornamental tree for both indoor and outdoor environments. This is not the tree that "edible" figs come from (that would be the Ficus carica) but its fruit does come close in size and resemblance. One difference is the characteristic spotting on the the Fiddle leaf figs.
The leaves of the Fiddle Leaf fig are some of the largest among the fig family (if not the largest, although I´m not sure on this point). The leaves can measure up to 45 cm long and 30 cm wide. The common name in English comes fromt the "Fiddle shape of the leaves - sort of like a pear).
It is very common to find this tree in parks and gardens in Southern Spain. It is also very commonly sold as an interior potted tree. I have seen them in size from 75cm tall up to 3-4 meters tall.
Below is the fruit which is about 4cm long and pretty round in shape. The one on the right is a dried one I found on the ground.