Seville, beautiful and diverse

The Washington Irving Route follows the footprints of the American romantic writer and diplomat in 1829, fascinated by the richness and the exoticism of the Hispano-Arabic civilisation together with his admiration for the figure of Christopher Columbus and the Discovery of America.

The Cathedral

The Cathedral of Seville is the largest Gothic temple in the world and the third largest in Christendom after St. Peter's in the Vatican and St. Paul's in London. Building works began in 1403 on the former Great Mosque of Seville, an Almohad work of which the Patio de los Naranjos and the Giralda have been preserved.

This Mozarabic well used to supply a small suburb outside the town. The well is very simple. The only part that remains is the well cap handmade from a single slab of stone in the mid-13th century.

Hacienda El Vizir is a beautiful hacienda for events and shows that has different outdoor spaces combining gardens with different patios that are reminiscent of the most typical Andalusian environments in which water is the main protagonist. In the garden areas you can hold a unique aperitif event in the warmer seasons.