Seville enchants

The Palace of the Princes of Orleans and Bourbon, located in the centre of Villamanrique de la Condesa, was built in the 16th century over an old mill house. 

The Palace was renovated in the 19th century as a traditional Andalusian rural house with decorations with French influences due to the participation of French architects.
The Palace is divided into three large areas:

Four historical crosses, situated at the town’s entrances, have been preserved for centuries. They are outstanding examples of traditional architecture, both for their location and history. 

They can be seen at El Ventorro Street and La Marisma Street, among other places.

This is the oldest building in El Cuervo, from the 18th century. It is located on the right bank of the National Road IV, very close to the provincial border between Seville and Cadiz. The total area of the building is 2,016.40 square metres, of which 1,260 is built-up, and 756.40 are interior courtyards.