This street runs along the former drovers’ road that once connected Gines with other nearby villages and the city of Seville. The most iconic building on this street is the mansion known as Hacienda de Liendo or Hacienda de Torrenueva.
The Confraternities of the Sacramental and of Our Lady of El Rocío have their seats on this street. Both buildings are modern constructions.
A stately house once stood at the end of the street, near the square. It was later converted into a tenement known as “Corral de Bracho”. In 2009, the street recovered its historical name, Calle Real. It was pedestrianised to create a space for leisure and entertainment for all the residents.