The Sierra Norte de Sevilla, which is home to the Natural Park of the same name, stands out for its orography and its vast expanse of pastureland, making it a paradise for visitors, not only for its nature and active tourism activities, but also for its gastronomy, especially its Iberian pork products, given the excellent conditions, both for the rearing of the Iberian pig and for the productio
The Tablao El Arenal in Seville is the most emblematic flamenco stage in the town. After 40 years of history, this space is still offering the purest and most authentic Flamenco Art. In fact, according to the New York Times, the Tablao El Arenal «is the best place in the world to feel the emotions of Flamenco Art».
This event was declared an Andalusian Festival of Tourist Interest.
The Fiesta del Verdeo serves as a symbol in that it kick-starts the table olive harvesting season, known as “verdeo”. The name comes from the fact that the valuable olives are harvested when they are not yet fully mature and have a characteristic green colour.
The Harinera, flour mill, is situated at the end of a large triangular landscaped area. The building is particularly beautiful, despite its architectural style, which is typical of the first industrial buildings erected. A three-storey, rectangular factory with an elongated and narrow floor plan.
Olive culture is part of the DNA of our land. Particularly, in the province of Seville, it is difficult to find any of our villages without any olive grove.
El Patio Sevillano is a flamenco venue established in 1952 under the name of "Cortijo El Guajiro", a pioneering stage in Seville and Spain, where great flamenco celebrities such as Trini España, Matilde Coral, El Farruco, Manuela Vargas or Rafael El Negro began their careers.
Goat farming and traditional cheese making.