Camona Vistas Parador

Seville enchants

This area was renovated in the 1980s. It was transformed into a public square under the design and direction of Francisco Moreno Galván. It consists of a collonaded courtyard reminiscent of the cloister arcades of a convent. There is a modest fountain in the centre, and a cypress in a corner, reminiscent of the one about which Gerardo Diego wrote and sang.    

A beautiful, typical Andalusian village house, where Blas Infante, the father of Andalusia, lived and married. Today it has been fitted out as a rural holiday home.

This museum is a leading resource for education, dissemination and research into Andalusia’s contemporary history. It safeguards the symbols of the region’s autonomy. Blas Infante’s house is one of its most valuable assets, as is the extraordinary intellectual and cultural heritage it preserves and exhibits.

Blas Infante designed and built his own house atop a hill overlooking the River Guadalquivir in 1931. He lived there with his family until his arrest in 1936.

Visitors can tour the recently restored rooms while enjoying an innovative account that revisits the importance of the Father of the Andalusian Homeland and revitalises the origins of his thoughts.