Since 1888 the bulls of Partido de Resina, formerly Pablo Romero, have remained unaltered. An unparalleled feast for the senses. This fighting bull livestock farm offers great tourism experiences that highlight the Mediterranean culture.
In the heart of Doñana, an international natural landmark, the magnificent bulls of Partido de Resina enjoy full freedom of movement. Low, strong, black, handsome and fine-horned. A truly remarkable animal that has remained unchanged since the 18th century.
Located in the natural surroundings of Doñana, well communicated and little more than half an hour from Seville, Matalascañas and El Rocio, this tourist site is an authentic benchmark of Andalusia. The Partido de Resina livestock farm is a veritable paradise that undoubtedly marks a turning point in the history of the fighting bull.
The sky blue and white brand of Pablo Romero is one of the most famous in the history of bullfighting due to the strength and robustness of its bulls. It obtained recognition on 4 April 1888, after fighting a complete bullfight in the Bullring of Madrid.