Things to see and do - Osuna
Unmissable tourist sites
Osuna Travel guide
Osuna : Michelin's recommendations
Situated in the heart of the Seville countryside, this fascinating historical town has been identified as the Iberian town of Urso, which was conquered by Caesar. The town later fell into Muslim hands before being finally reconquered by Fernando III (1239), then ceded to the Order of Calatrava by Alfonso X the Wise (1264). The town reached its zenith under the House of Osuna from 1562, when Philip II gave the fifth Count of Ureña the title of Duke of Osuna.
Tourist attractions Osuna : Things to see and do
The pantheon of the Dukes of Osuna was built in Plateresque style in 1545. The first crypt is approached by a delightful patio with marble arcades. The chapel, stands just below the Colegiata's main altar and is crowned by a blue and gold polychrome ..
pl. de la Merced
This is a fine Baroque tower built by Alonso Ruiz Florindo, the architect of the old chapter house. These two buildings have many decorative elements in common.
Plaza de la Encarnación, s/n
The wife of the 4th Duke of Osuna founded this religious Convent of the Order of Mercy in the 17C. The patio is decorated with a magnificent base layer of Seville azulejos (18C) on the theme of the five senses which is found again on staircase and on..
Avenida de la Constitucion, 56 E - 41640 Osuna
El Molino is located in the historic Andalusian town of Osuna. This restored mill has an outdoor pool and terrace, and offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Rooms at Hotel El Molino are air-conditioned and bright. They all have a TV and a priv..
Tesorero, 7 E - 41640 Osuna
Boasting a great location by the University of Osuna, close to the main road to Sevilla, this elegant hotel is set around a typical Sevillan patio and has free Wi-Fi. The air-conditioned rooms at the Esmeralda are spacious and well-equipped, with th..
San Pedro, 20 E - 41640 Osuna
Prix Prices from : 65 €
Set in a striking 18th-century building in Osuna, Palacio Marques de la Gomera offers spacious rooms with traditional décor and balconies. It features a restaurant and a charming interior courtyard. The Palacio Marques maintains its original Baroque..