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Aguadulce, a town between market gardens

The small town of Aguadulce sits on the foothills of Seville’s Sierra Sur, between Osuna and Estepa. This town, famous since remote times for its market gardens watered by the River Blanco, is today a beautiful town with white houses and friendly locals. Although it has a small town centre, it harbours architectural treasures, such as the Renaissance-style San Bartolomé Church and the Roman Stone Bridge

The quiet setting and quality of life and its proximity to the A-92 motorway makes Aguadulce an ideal destination for rural tourism. Sample the delicious cuisine, based on the local agricultural produce, such as cazuela de habas and alcachofas rellenas. Enjoy a stroll through the countryside, along the banks of the River Blanco or visit the local riding school where Spanish purebred horses are bred.

Above all, come to Aguadulce and relax. 

Getting to Aguadulce

If you travel by car from Seville, take the A-92 motorway for about 100 kilometres until you reach the direct exit to Aguadulce. 

If you come by train, the nearest station is Osuna. There are bus and taxi services that can take you to Aguadulce, which is only nine kilometres away. 

If you decide to travel by bus, several bus lines regularly run from Prado de San Sebastián Station in Seville to Aguadulce throughout the day. 

Getting around

Aguadulce is a small town that can be easily visited on foot. Make the most of this town’s location at the foot of the Sierra Sur and enjoy the fresh air of the natural surroundings. 

Reasons to visit

  • Visit the Las Huertas Interpretation Centre to discover the town’s history. Only then will you understand why the people of Aguadulce are known as panciverdes (inhabitants of market garden towns).
  • Walk along the beautiful Calle San Bartolomé and admire the typical Andalusian whitewashed houses. 
  • Go to San Bartolomé Church and learn about the architectural gems steeped with history. 
  • Relax in the Jardín de Dolores, named after the woman who tended this picturesque spot every day. 
  • Visit the Hermanos Maldonado riding school and watch how Spanish purebred Spanish are bred. 
  • Experience the Festival in honour of San Bartolomé, the patron saint, on 24 August, when traditional firework displays take place. Do not miss the Feria de Aguadulce that overlaps with this event.

What to see 

Begin your visit to this small Sevillian town at Plaza Blas Infante where the Town Hall is located. This square is the beating heart of the town. You can stand opposite the Pepe Hara House and admire its impressive façade. This country house was the first farmers’ social club in Aguadulce. 

Just a few minutes away, on the street running parallel, is the town’s main monument, San Bartolomé Church, named after Aguadulce’s patron saint. This Renaissance temple was completed in the 18th century. The building hides interesting architectural details that you can only discover if they are pointed out. Opposite the church is the Plaza de Santa Ángela where you can sit and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this town. 

Just behind the parish church is the Jardín de Dolores, the most picturesque and endearing place. This beautiful garden bears the name of the woman who works hard to keep it impeccable.

What better way to end your visit than strolling through Aguadulce’s famous market gardens. Visit the Las Huertas Interpretation Centre and learn about the history of this Sevillian town. Then continue walking until you reach the Stone Bridge with a picnic area where you can enjoy a day outdoors on the banks of the River Blanco.

Places to visit

  1. Pepe Hara House
  2. Huerta Las Almenas
  3. San Bartolomé Church
  4. Stone Bridge
  5. Las Huertas Interpretation Centre
  6. Shrine to San José Obrero


Aguadulce is about 101 kilometres from Seville in the Sierra Sur region. The town is very well connected thanks to the A-92 motorway that passes through the municipal district. The town borders Osuna and Estepa. 

Sierra Sur
13.69 Km²
265.00 m
No. of inhabitants


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