This old hacienda is accessed through an elegant 17th century Baroque doorway with side pilasters and a pediment representing the Immaculate Conception.
The Hacienda de Santa Ana, built on the site of a modest farmhouse, has the typical architecture of the Aljarafe Alto estates in the province of Seville. Located in Fuente Street, this is the most significant architectural and heritage building in Tomares. It is now the Town Hall. It also serves as the hub for Tomares’ social and cultural life.
The Hacienda de Montefuerte, located in Navarro Caro Street, now houses the José María Delgado Buiza Municipal Library. This 17th-century Hacienda was a typical olive-growing estate. The Patio de Caballerizas (Mews) is located in the centre of the estate, around which the original buildings were arranged.
The La Prusiana Arch is all that remains of the former Hacienda La Prusiana, an 18th-century estate whose buildings were demolished years ago.
The Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum of La Puebla de Cazalla is located at the Hacienda la Fuenlonguilla. It used to be a traditional olive oil mill that was operational between the 19th and 20th centuries. Its floor plan is practically square with two differentiated areas.
Olive-growing Hacienda divided into two parts, the manor (with 3 courtyards) and a work yard with a beam press mill and all other rooms are situated.
This is an outstanding example of an olive-growing farmstead in Espartinas.
The origin of this building dates back to the 14th century, according to the partition documents.
The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Loreto is a highlight in the Andalusian Religious Tourism circuit.
Declared a Site of Cultural Interest, this Monastery-Hacienda has an olive press, a manor house, a fortified tower and a chapel. The olive press is a device to extract oil from olives, while the wine is used for producing wine. There is also a barn and stables.