Seville is a diverse and monumental province, an extraordinary melting pot of cultures: Tartessians, Iberians, Moors and Christians, present in its six regions, from the Vía de la Plata and the Sierra Norte, to Guadalquivir-Doñana, El Aljarafe, La Campiña and the Sierra Sur. It is the only Spanish province with a commercial inland port thanks to the Guadalquivir, which has shaped and given meaning to our history, economy and culture.
The monumental heritage of our 106 towns is the richest in Andalusia, with almost 300 monuments declared Assets of Cultural Interest, in addition to an outstanding natural heritage, with the parks of Sierra Norte and Doñana and, next to them, the five Greenways that run through Seville and its protected areas.
The cradle of flamenco, art is expressed in a thousand ways: crafts, festivals and popular customs, the guitar, the horse, the bull, and an exceptional cuisine, make the province of Seville a unique place of international renown. An identity that the Sevillians feel with great intensity.
To choose the province of Seville as a destination for meetings and incentives is to choose quality services and infrastructures and a unique and distinctive leisure and cultural experience.
I invite you to get to know one of the most impressive regions in southern Europe, with a spectacular tourist appeal and qualities that make it a comprehensive and varied destination, capable of satisfying the most demanding visitor.
A legendary province whose best feature is undoubtedly its people. Welcome to the province of Seville.
Fernando Rodríguez Villalobos
President of the Diputación de Sevilla (Seville Provincial Council)