Seville, beautiful and diverse

This church is, without a doubt, the most significant building in Paradas. In the mid-15th century, Juan Ponce de León, Count of Paradas, laid the first stone of the old church over which the current one stands.

This small museum with two rooms is integrated into the baroque church of Saint Eutropius. The first room contains richly decorated chasubles from the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as other gold and silver liturgical objects and age-old parish documents. The second room features remarkable Simpecados and paintings, including Saint Mary Magdalene by El Greco.