Seville, beautiful and diverse

This vast green area owes its name to the groundwater that naturally rises from the subsoil since ancient times: the Aljarafe Cornice. Nestled in the urban centre, it offers a wide variety of spaces and environments to its visitors. 

The Juncal is a periurban park located about 2 km from the town.

Its approximately 5 hectares are populated with eucalyptus and other typical Mediterranean shrub species such as rosemary, tamarisk and thyme. An Andalusian regionalist-style arch and several buildings with tile roofs and whitewashed walls stand at the entrance.