Romerías

Seville enchants

Peñaflor’s flour factory was an industrial benchmark for the town between the late 19th and mid-20th centuries. Not only because of the activity developed, but also because it represents a remarkable legacy that -in historical terms- represents a significant part of the history and the human and professional experiences of that time. 

It is the first silo in Spain to have been rehabilitated as a museum and visitor centre; being converted into a cultural infrastructure to interpret the landscape. This centre offers an activity for the interpretation of the building itself, integrated into its landscape context and directly related to the historical development of the town.

This beautiful farmhouse, located just 45 minutes away from the capital of Seville, treasures with zeal, in its more than 2,700 hectares, all the secrets and legends hidden in the world of the fighting bull, horse breeding and the philosophy of life in the Andalusian countryside.

From a very young age, this artist showed great interest and skill in the world of sculpture, until he became the renowned sculptor he is today.

Ramón León Jewellery Shop
Heir to the founder of the goldsmith's shop, Ramón León, he began working as an apprentice at the age of 10. At the beginning of the 1980s he became independent and set up his workshop in Triana, starting his work as a solo silversmith.

Heir to a great brewing tradition, HEINEKEN Spain is one of the leading companies in the Spanish beer market, making consumers in our country enjoy its brands for almost 120 years.

Master Antonio Bernal was born in 1973 in the Sevillian town of Camas, known for being the land of different artists such as Curro Romero, Paco Camino, Sergio Ramos, Capi... He studied music at the Elementary and Superior Conservatory of Seville in 1991. He worked some time as a gardener in the State Company Expo 92, within the branch of botany.