Romerías

Seville enchants

The Hacienda San Miguel de Montelirio, now one of the finest examples of rural architecture in Andalusia, was originally a hospice of the Jesuit Order.

Ideal for the organisation of conferences, conventions, presentations, celebrations, shows or guided tours, the hacienda has several rooms for celebrations, a courtyard and gardens with ponds, and an important carriage museum.

The Hacienda de Orán, which dates back to the 17th century as an olive plantation, is made up of several buildings that make up a hotel with 19 rooms, carefully decorated in a peculiar rustic style. It also has a private airstrip for guests staying at the hotel.

In the vicinity of the Doñana National Park, Rancho El Rocío offers unrivalled surroundings and facilities for holding any type of social or business event. The estate has halls seating up to 1,500 people, and a bullring and covered riding arena for up to 2,000. It also has a riding arena and offers equestrian and bullfighting shows to its guests.

Cortijo El Chamorro dates back to the mid-19th century, and is located in the countryside of Seville.

The Hacienda Atalaya Alta is located between Seville and Carmona, 5 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from Santa Justa Station. It has rooms for celebrations, with the possibility of extension with a marquee, as well as garden areas for holding social, business or any kind of events.

The Cortijo de Arenales preserves all the tradition, becoming a living example of an Andalusian farmhouse. The old bullring has been transformed into a hall with a capacity for 320 people and the Tinajón hall into a space for 350 people.

Halls: Antigua Plaza de Tientas (350 people), Salón del Tinajón (375 people)

Hacienda Guzmán is a baroque olive plantation, surrounded by 340 hectares of organic olive groves, where olive oil has been produced since the 16th century.