Seville enchants

In the 8th century, when Gerena had already been conquered, the church was built from the tower (altar area) towards the door of forgiveness. Moors were involved in its construction, which is why the arches that separate the two parts of the church are of Mudejar style and the roof is a wooden coffered ceiling. The main altar was also built at that time.

Early 17th century farmhouse built on a large rock. It belonged to the Count of Santa Coloma, Count of Gerena. It currently belongs to the Marquis of Albaserrada.