Camona Vistas Parador

Seville enchants

This Farm School is located between two large lagoons, Fuente Piedra and El Bosque. It offers play and learning activities on the environment and natural sciences, such as how animals live and grow in their natural habitat or the evolution of agriculture and rural life shown in the farm’s museum.

This farm and nature school offers a wide range of activities at enhancing environmental awareness and understanding, as well as promoting conservation-friendly skills and, occasionally, the recovery of native flora and fauna.

This is an environmental education and rural tourism facility located on a seven-hectare site of Mediterranean woodland, in the municipality of Castilblanco de los Arroyos, Seville, and set in an area of great cultural and biological wealth close to the Sierra Morena Natural Park.

The centre of the Osa Valley, next to the River Villa, which is hidden from the view of passers-by, is of more recent construction, from the 15th to the 18th century. This area is made up of wider streets, adapted to the flat area, and which reveal the economic power of the landowners, merchants and industrialists of the time.

Metallic statue of a farmhand (20th century).

This monument started to take form in 1986. It was completed and erected in its current site in January 1987.

Emilio Rodríguez Oliva is the sculptor of the monument. The central figure of this composition is a walking farmhand, specifically an olive picker, with a Constitution in one hand and a bag in the other.

The Nuevas Poblaciones de Cañada Rosal Interpretation Centre is located in the municipally-owned farm known as “La Suerte”. This centre is an essential reference point for gaining insight into the unique historical circumstances in the 18th century that made possible the arrival of European settlers, primarily Germans, to the heart of Andalusia to transforms wastelands into lively towns.

The country estate, also known as Hacienda La Fuenlonguilla, is located half a kilometre along the road SE-457. It dates back to the mid-19th century, more specifically 1858. It was used for agricultural and livestock activities. The Hacienda’s original olive oil mill is still in perfect condition, as is the rest of the complex.