To the southeast of Seville, sits the town of Utrera in the La Campiña region. A unique destination to experience its history, art and culture. It is one of the oldest towns in Seville province, dating back to the Roman period.
La Campana, a town in Seville’s La Campiña, still preserves its customs and traditions. You will see many household items made from palm leaves.
Located in the old Azuda or Azud, popularly known as La Zúa. The Azuda was built with stones that were extracted from the surroundings of the Fuenlonguilla in 1745 and was funded by María Girón, daughter of Juan Tellez Girón (IV Count of Ureña) and sister of the first Duke of Osuna, Pedro Girón.
The Cornisa de los Alcores crosses the municipalities of Carmona, El Viso del Alcor, Mairena del Alcor and Alcalá de Guadaíra in a northeast-southwest direction. This sloped plateau stands out against the flat countryside of the Guadalquivir Depression in which it is located. It is a relatively low plateau of up to 242 metres with moderately steep slopes.
Escalera Lagoon, which belongs to the group of endorheic lagoons in the Lantejuela area, is a temporary wetland with high salinity. As with the other nearby lagoons, it stands out for its ornithological importance as a feeding area for flamingos and other birds.
It is an attractive place for ornithologists. February to April is the best time to visit, after the winter rains.
This stream is located 5.5 km south of Arahal, on its right bank, and is accessed from the El Coronil road.
The Genil, the second most important river in Andalusia after the Guadalquivir and whose general characteristics are described in Badolatosa, has its source in the province of Granada and flows into the Guadalquivir in the province of Cordoba, passing through the provinces of Jaen, Malaga and Seville.