The province of Seville has an important wine tradition based, mainly, on the production of white wines, grape juices, brandies and liquors. The rich heritage and the beauty of the unique natural landscapes of the province of Seville combine with its unique gastronomy and wine production to create an unbeatable tourist destination.
You begin this route, which starts in Cádiz, in this town, which welcomes you amidst olive groves, vines and cereals, with the chapel of Nuestra Señora del Rosario. After crossing the main avenue, you come across the old Casa de Postas (Post House), evidence of the town's past as a crossing of the ways.
The Camino de Santiago from Cádiz to Seville links the city of Cadiz and towns in the Bay of Cadiz with Seville, where it links up with the Vía de la Plata (Silver Route). It does so by following, as far as possible, the route of the Roman Via Augusta.
The St. James’s Way that ultimately leads to Compostela starts at the so called Camino del Fontanal, which starts at the entrance of Lebrija by the road of Las Cabezas de San Juan. The route starts taking an asphalt road that soon turns into a dirt path which circles the San Benito Park running among gardens and farms.
El teatro debe su nombre a Juan Bernabé Castell, fundador del teatro lebrijano.
The Sacristy of the Nuestra Señora de la Oliva Parish Church, built between the 13th and 16th centuries, was designed by Hernán Ruíz II in 1568. It has been adapted to house a museum of its artistic treasures.
This art gallery seeks to publicise the works of famous artists and promote art. It has several rooms and itineraries, from a guided tour of temporary exhibitions or Roman Lebrija to artistic interventions in this town. The tour is given by experts in the subject.