To the south-east of Seville, 15 kilometres from Utrera and in the heart of La Cañada Real, is El Palmar de Troya. A town which, until October 2018, was part of the municipal district of Utrera, and one of the newest towns in the province.
Who could have imagined that this ‘arrahal’, Arabic term for resting place for peasants and shepherds, would become the urban centre that Arahal is today. Here you can enjoy the warmth of its people who have been welcoming travellers for centuries.
If you wish to enjoy country life, El Rubio is the place for you. This town in La Campiña is ideal for escaping from the daily routine. It is one of the most peaceful rural towns in Seville. Street life is quiet and people are very welcoming.
Visiting Marchena is like travelling back in time to the extraordinary era of Al-Andalus. This age-old Almohad town, situated in the heart of Seville’s La Campiña, stands among flat fields given to olive groves and crops.
Mairena del Alcor, a town shaped by its rich heritage, flamenco and traditions, is nestled between Los Alcores and Seville’s La Campiña. The town lives its festivals –Epiphany, Carnival, Holy Week, Feria and Pilgrimage- with sincere devotion and joy.
Would you like to discover a town with medieval roots? Visit Los Molares in Seville’s La Campiña. You can see its impressive 14th-century Castle from afar.
Nestled between Osuna, Écija and Marchena, in Seville’s La Campiña region, is Lantejuela, a town with unique charm. You will enjoy the tranquillity of a rural village surrounded by fields of grain and olive groves, and flanked by its famous lagoons.