San Nicolás del Puerto Puente de Piedra

Sevilla enamora

Castilleja de Guzmán, on the ridge of the Aljarafe

Castilleja de Guzmán, a town with beautiful landscapes, fascinating historical heritage and welcoming people, sits on the ridge of the Aljarafe. Come and stroll through the beautiful Jardines de Forestier, declared a Site of Cultural Interest, and enjoy unique views of the Aljarafe from its viewpoint. 

Villanueva del Ariscal, land of Aljarafe’s wine

Villanueva del Ariscal is a town in the Aljarafe region, famous for its winemaking tradition. Its fields are covered with gorgeous grapevines from which the best wines in the area are made. Walking through its streets, you will come across century-old wineries and taverns that retain their past flavour.

Mairena del Aljarafe, the perfect historical town to live in

As with other towns in Aljarafe, Mairena del Aljarafe was initially an Arab farmstead. Several buildings from its agricultural past have been preserved, including the haciendas that played an essential role in the town’s olive-growing history.

Valencina de la Concepción, one of the oldest settlements in the Western world

Enjoy the rich heritage and beauty of Valencina de la Concepción, a unique Aljarafe town in the province of Seville. A town in which the remains of one of the oldest settlements in the Western world can be found.

Huévar del Aljarafe, little Seville in ancient Al-Andalus

Discover this beautiful town in Seville’s Aljarafe, known as ‘Sevilla la chica’ (Little Seville) in ancient Al-Andalus for its magnificent splendour. The town owes its name to the Arab sheikh Alí Al-Huevar, who ruled these lands.

Castilleja de la Cuesta, a gateway to Aljarafe

For many people, Castilleja de la Cuesta is famous for its tortas de aceite. Others are familiar with the long-standing, carpet-making tradition at the ‘Baldomero Negrón’ workshop.

This tower, the only one in good condition in this municipality, dates to the times of the conquest of Seville by Saint Ferdinand. It is an eloquent testimony to the Christian settlers’ capacity to follow the organisational structure that existed in the recently annexed territory.