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Bormujos, located in the heart of Aljarafe

A wide range of tourist activities awaits you in Bormujos, whether you fancy fun, nature, culture or cuisine. There is a large shopping mall next to the Seville-Huelva motorway. The town’s privileged location has enabled its rapid growth. Its quality of life has made it a popular dormitory town.

Carrión de los Céspedes, in the Alcarayón Valley 

Come and discover this charming Aljarafe town, located in the Alcarayón Valley, whose stream has an Arabic name. Here you will enjoy a remarkable architectural and artistic heritage. This town is most famous for its handmade Manila shawls. 

Benacazón, El Rocío, pine and olive-growing traditions 

Just a stone’s throw from Seville, in the heart of Aljarafe, is Benacazón, a town of deep-rooted traditions and friendly residents who live a simple life. With strong El Rocío, pine and olive-growing traditions, Benacazón is another beautiful town along Aljarafe’s Mosto Route. 

Camas, land of Tartessos

Camas is a town in the Aljarafe with a privileged location within the Seville’s metropolitan area. Since the yesteryears, it has been a crossroads for travellers on the Ruta de la Plata. Given its proximity to Seville, it has become a popular dormitory town that today boasts large industries and shopping centres. 

Castilleja de Guzmán, on the ridge of the Aljarafe

Castilleja de Guzmán, a town with beautiful landscapes, fascinating historical heritage and welcoming people, sits on the ridge of the Aljarafe. Come and stroll through the beautiful Jardines de Forestier, declared a Site of Cultural Interest, and enjoy unique views of the Aljarafe from its viewpoint. 

Espartinas, a town of haciendas and the cradle of bullfighting

Surrounded by farmhouses and haciendas, Espartinas is located in the heart of the Aljarafe region. A town with deep Marian devotion and bullfighting tradition where you will enjoy the kindness of its people. Its history revolves around the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Loreto, an ancient Roman town called Lauretum (laurel).

Almensilla, in the south of Aljarafe

The charming town of Almensilla sits on the Mosto Route. Located on a plateau in the south of Aljarafe, the origins of this Sevillian town can be traced to a farmstead belonging to the Arab landowner Serra al-Mensi. Even today, some of the centuries-old haciendas built for harvesting olives and producing olive oil still stand.