This Visitor Centre provides detailed information about the Castle itself and its relationship with the area.
The 18th-century temple was built on an old Mudejar temple from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, destroyed by the Lisbon earthquake. The project was completed, among others, by José Álvarez, a neoclassical architect who gave the church its current appearance and style.
La Mezquitilla is located in the heart of the Sierra Sur of Seville, bordering the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga. It belongs to the municipality of El Saucejo. It has 241 inhabitants and is 2km away from El Saucejo.
The parish church has a remarkable sacred art collection, such as Rococo drawers in the Sacristy, many, rich liturgical vestments, noteworthy collection of choir books and numerous gold- and silverwork objects.
Next to the vestry and the left nave is the courtyard. Impressive collections of prehistoric, Roman and Arabic archaeological remains are displayed under the arcade.
Valencina de la Concepción has one of the most important prehistoric sites on the Iberian Peninsula.
Ecija’s Municipal Historical Museum has allowed the city to recovery the Benamejí Palace -a magnificent example of 18th-century Ecijan Baroque, listed as a Historical-Artistic Monument. The extraordinary historical and archaeological heritage, both of the city and its municipal district can now be exhibited, preserved and remembered as one of the richest in Andalusia.
The Torre del Agua Archaeological Museum contains one of the most precious examples of the heritage and cultural legacy of the civilisations that inhabited Osuna.