Cañada Rosal Fiesta de los Huevos Pintados

Seville enchants

Sanlúcar la Mayor, the place of sunshine 

Sanlúcar la Mayor is a town in Seville’s Aljarafe with a wide range of tourist attractions. History, nature, good food and traditions await you in this corner of the Aljarafe, through which different civilisations have passed. 

Salteras, a town with an olive-growing tradition and musical culture 

The town of Salteras is just half an hour from Seville, in the north of Aljarafe. This charming town is well-known across the province for its musical bands.

The 22-km long River Pudio is a tributary that flows into the right bank of River Guadalquivir. It runs through the western part of the province of Seville, crossing the Aljarafe from north to south. The stream rises in the municipality of Olivares and disappears next to the town of Coria del Río. 

The River Guadiamar rises at El Castillo de las Guardas and an affluent on the right bank of the River in the Doñana marshland.

Hacienda Porzuna Peri-Urban Park is located on the left bank of the Porzuna Stream, adjacent to the eponymous estate. It sits on the road connecting San Juan de Aznalfarache with Palomares del Río. The park has a signposted botanical trail that leads through different vegetation zones: holm oaks, cork oaks and gall oaks, Mediterranean scrub, olive trees, Aleppo pines and stone pines.

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.

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.