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Seville enchants

Badolatosa, land of outlaws

You may have heard about Badolatosa and its hamlet Corcoya because they played in Andalusia’s banditry. The famous outlaw José María “El Tempranillo” and his men hid in this mountainous land. You will gain a thorough understanding of this story if you follow the route that will take you to the caves where this bold 19th-century character lived.

El Saucejo, famous for its fountains and its hamlets

El Saucejo is in the heart of the Seville’s Sierra Sur, on the banks of the River Corbones. The town is famous for its fountains and its hamlets, Navarredonda and La Mezquitilla.

Villanueva de San Juan, peace and nature in the heart of the Sierra Sur

Villanueva de San Juan, located in the Sierra Sur, is surrounded by spectacular landscapes. This town, ringed by mountains, will captivate you with its peaceful atmosphere.

Los Corrales, a quintessential Sierra Sur town

Los Corrales, located in the Sierra Sur, is the perfect place for a getaway. A peaceful, rural town with whitewashed houses and clean streets. A town of kind people, sample the local delicacies in the many bars. Be sure to try the goronías, a chickpeas and bean or cabbage stew, and asparagus or golden thistle scrambled eggs. 

Lora de Estepa, a charming town in the Sierra Sur

If you need to unwind and enjoy the countryside, Lora de Estepa is the perfect getaway. This small town, nestled in the Sierra Sur, brings the peace you seek in a natural environment. You can also sample one of the best, award-winning olive oils in the province of Seville.

Coripe, nature in the heart of the Sierra's Greenway.

Coripe's greatest attraction is its natural surroundings. An ideal place to unwind and enjoy rural tourism, and just what Sierra Greenway has to offer. An old railway line, which was never completed, is now one of the most award-winning paths in Europe.

Pedrera, a town between quarries

Learn about the history of this town in Seville’s Sierra Sur that owes its name to quarries around it. Stone from these quarries was used in the Middle Ages to make cannonballs. Pedrera has been inhabited since Roman times.