Seville encompasses everything that is quintessentially Andalusian, from its narrow medieval lanes, to its tapas’ bars, and of course, bull fighting and flamenco. Moreover, its heritage of art and architecture (Roman, Islamic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque) is without rival in Southern Spain. An authentic horse-drawn carriage ride or bike rental are great ways to see the city, including the old town Santa Cruz or El Arenal quarters, which offer characteristic Flamenco shows. Other ways to enjoy Seville’s idyllic weather include golf, tennis, a cruise down the Guadalquivir River, or a trip to the Isla Mágica Amusement Park, which offers water attractions, roller coasters, and merry-go-rounds in addition to street theatre, pirates and more.
Another good excuse to come to Seville are the festivals. The celebrations of Easter Week and Feria de Abril (the April Fair), reflect the devotion and folklore of the people of Seville, always open and friendly to visitors. Further afield, guests can choose to visit Carmona, 33 kms away, its historic quarter, dominated by the imposing Arab fortress, the Alcazar del Rey Don Pedro. Carmona also enjoys a wonderful gastronomic tradition in which the most succulent recipes of Sevillian and Andalusian traditions are represented. Cordoba, 100 kms away, with its 9th Century mosque and Jewish quarter, is also worth a trip, while Jerez de la Frontera, and the sherry wineries are approximately 90 kms away.
We offer a wonderful selection of holiday apartments to rent in the city centre, conveniently situated for visiting all the main attractions in Seville.