Declared a Festival of National Tourist Interest in Andalusia in 1998, the pilgrimage is one of the most important in the province of Seville. The first one was celebrated in the La Romera estate in 1962.
8 September, the Feast of the Holy Nativity of Mary and the liturgical day of Our Lady of Setefilla, is the most important day dedicated to Our Lady of Setefilla. The traditional pilgrimage to the Sanctuary takes place on this day.
This is a modern chapel dating from 1987 located in the Sierrecilla Lucas. The Roda pilgrimage takes place here on the second weekend of May.
Declared an Andalusian Festival of Tourist Interest.
The Dukes of Montepensier commissioned the reconstruction of this Mudejar style building in 1859 according to the design of the architect Balbino Marrón. It consists of a single nave with an 18th-century baroque high altar and a painting Saint Ferdinand in front of the Virgin Mary by Luis de Oñate.
The Pilgrimage in honour of the Our Lady of Valme takes place in Dos Hermanas (Seville) on the third Sunday of October. The pilgrims carry the image from the Santa María Magdalena Church in Dos Hermanas to the Shrine at Cortijo del Cuarto in the Sevillian neighbourhood of Bellavista.
The Pilgrimage of Nuestra Señora de Aguas Santas in Villaverde del Río (Seville), commonly known as the “convent” pilgrimage, is one of the two oldest in Andalusia since it has taken place for nearly eight centuries (1247).