Things to see and do - Carmona
Unmissable tourist sites
Carmona Travel guide
Carmona : Michelin's recommendations
Carmona is one of Andalucía's oldest towns and stands on a hill overlooking an extensive plain irrigated by the River Corbones. It was founded by the Carthaginians, developed during Roman times and maintained its influence both during the Moorish era and after the Reconquest. Elegant palaces, noble houses and majestic religious buildings testify to its fascinating past. Don’t miss the famous carnival and the beautiful Holy Week processions held here.
Tourist attractions Carmona : Things to see and do
The Campiña lies between Seville and Cordoba, an attractively agricultural region of olive groves, wheat fields and vineyards. Its towns bear witness to 3 000 years of history, with some true jewels of bygone ages; the Puerta de Sevilla alcazar and t..
On the elegant Paseo del Estatuto, this 15C church, which was renovated in the baroque period, has a fine belltower town as the «Giraldilla» due to its resemblance to the Giralda in Seville. Inside, see the remarkable decoration in the sumptuous Chap..
pl. de Blas Infante
Reach the old town via the Seville Gate, with a double horseshoe arch, one of the rare remains of the old fortress in the old town. Remains of the tall city walls built by the Carthaginians then reinforced by the Romans cross the old town. One of the..
Carretera Carmona - Brenes A 462, Km 21 E - 41410 Carmona
Hacienda Los Jinetes is an historic hotel, set in a 16th-century former royal house. Featuring a distinctive Baroque style, it is 15 km from Seville and offers an outdoor pool and hot tub. Rooms and suites at the hotel are air conditioned. They come..
Descalzas, 1 E - 41410 Carmona
Prix Prices from : 42 €
It is quite easy getting to El Rincón de las Descalzas Hotel as it is situated in the very centre of Carmona, just 25 km from Seville. Its rooms are connected by flowered patios and picturesque paths smelling of orange blossom and incense, with the..
Alcazar, s/n E - 41410 Carmona
Once a 14th-century Moorish fortress, this Parador Hotel offers spectacular views over the countryside and the Corbones River. Enjoy these from the seasonal pool and dine in the elegant restaurant. A wonderful example of Moorish architecture, the Pa..
General Freire 6 E - 41410 Carmona
Enjoy lunch or dinner just a few metres from the parador in this whitewashed house with an unexpected patio in the entrance. Owner-chef Mónica serves traditional cuisine with an updated twist.
Alcázar E - 41410 Carmona
Santa Ana 33 E - 41410 CARMONA
This restaurant situated in a former oil mill has a busy tapas bar and a dining room in a contemporary-classic style. Traditional menu with a section of more modern dishes.