You may have heard about Badolatosa and its hamlet Corcoya because they played in Andalusia’s banditry. The famous outlaw José María “El Tempranillo” and his men hid in this mountainous land. You will gain a thorough understanding of this story if you follow the route that will take you to the caves where this bold 19th-century character lived.
If you need to unwind and enjoy the countryside, Lora de Estepa is the perfect getaway. This small town, nestled in the Sierra Sur, brings the peace you seek in a natural environment.
Martín de la Jara is a perfect place for a rural getaway. In this beautiful part of Seville’s Sierra Sur, you will discover a unique wetland, the Gosque Lagoon.
Montellano is in the heart of Seville's Sierra Sur, a town that stands out for its beautiful surroundings.
We will start the route in Avenida de Andalucía. At the first roundabout, we must turn right towards Seville along the Avenida de Pruna. In this avenue we will always go straight on until a large roundabout called "de la Trinidad" indicates the turning to Montellano on the left.
After reaching the next roundabouts we must continue straight ahead.
The Sierra Greenway alternates between the provinces of Seville and Cadiz. Coripe, El Coronil and Montellano are the mountain villages on the Seville side.
All these villages, immersed in the Sierra Sur of Seville, are typical of the region, with whitewashed walls, flowerpots and Moorish roofs.