Seville, beautiful and diverse

Located in the countryside of Seville, just 45 minutes away from Seville, Hacienda el Huerto can be found. It is a 17th century olive plantation that since 2004 has become a benchmark for rural tourism and a unique venue for social or corporate events.

The Cortijo de las Carrizosas is located to the east, on the Marinaleda road. It is a typical construction of the area. When you see this building, you can appreciate how the town of Herrera was formed by joining buildings together one after another. Nearby is the Roman quarry of the same name, today in disuse.

Hacienda La Almona in Dos Hermanas had the typical architecture of this type of building, including a central courtyard, oratory, tower, service courtyard, olive oil storage shed, stables and workers' quarters.

The Torre del Molino at Hacienda de San Sebastián was built in the late 19th century. Only the façade of old Hacienda de San Sebastián and one of the side towers remain today. The architecture is typical of 19th-century Andalusian haciendas. It is now privately owned and is partially in ruins.

Different cultures and civilisations settled in this olive-growing estate of artistic interest. It borders to the south with Valle Blanco, next to the Porzuna Stream, and to the north with the San Juan-Palomares road.

This Hacienda started as a stately house in Espartinas in the 18th century. It grew in size as adjacent properties were purchased until it became what is considered a hacienda at that time, such as the Hacienda de Mejina or the Hacienda de Tablante. The building is commonly known as the Casa de las Monjas (House of Nuns). 

The Hacienda de Ntra. Sra. de los Remedios is a landed estate typical of Seville’s Aljarafe. Given that the Hacienda was used for agricultural activities, it required a specific type of building and quarters that have been preserved in perfect condition.