Lora del Río, Vega del Guadalquivir

Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Lora del Río, an essential destination on your trip through the province of Seville. The abundance of archaeological remains attest to a rich historical development that dates back to the beginning of the Bronze Age (1700 BC). In the 3rd century BC. C., the Romans settled in the region, turning Lora del Río into a large olive oil exporting center. During the Arab period a castle was fortified and walls were built and in the 13th century, Ferdinand III of Castile conquered it, donating it to the Order of Malta. The city exudes authenticity and Andalusian charm, with extensive olive groves surrounding it and picturesque cotton, fruit or walnut plantations, which add even more character to this region full of agricultural wealth.

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Artisan shopping and gastronomy

Discover the essence of the artisan tradition and local gastronomy. Cozy bars and emblematic restaurants where you can taste local flavours, such as asparagus, snails or Migas. Immerse yourself in a unique experience where history, culture and gastronomy intertwine in the heart of Andalusia. Meet local artisans, from carpenters to beekeepers, who will guide you through the richness of our culture, always promoting support for local talent and sustainability.

Hermitage Our Lady of Setefilla

Mudejar architecture, La Ermita de Nuestra Señora de Setefilla is nestled in the mountains, just 11 kilometers from Lora del Río. This historic sanctuary, with baroque extensions that recharge and ornament the building, will captivate you with its three-nave structure and its wooden ceilings that rise on pillars. Admire the vaults, the Solomonic columns or the sculpture of Saint Anthony of Padua, which dates back to the 17th century.

Grocery Market Plaza

Exploring the vibrant Plaza de Abastos, its market is an iconic modernist building conceived by renowned Sevillian architect Aníbal González. This market is much more than just a shopping place; It is a meeting center where the aromas of fresh products mix with the bustling energy of the locals. Immerse yourself in the daily life of this picturesque Sevillian town enjoying an aperitif and tapas in its Plaza de Abastos.

Church of Our Father Jesus

Discover the Church of Nuestro Padre Jesús, a magnificent building that merges baroque and neoclassical styles. Built in 1755, ts imposing façade is enriched with paired Tuscan columns and displays the Quintanilla family coat of arms. Upon entering, you will be greeted by a carpanel arch that leads you to a patio with four galleries. This is a testament to the artistic genius of its creator, Diego Antonio Díaz.

Church Nuestra Señora de la Asunción

Rised on an old Arab mosque, this church is an architectural treasure that dates back its construction to the mid-15th century. The main altar is a magnificent example of the artistic mastery of the time and comes from the old Convent of La Merced, from the 18th century. Its altar is a work of art that evokes the spirituality and splendor of past times, inviting you to immerse yourself in the rich religious history of the region.

House of the Columns

The essence of the baroque and neoclassical can be seen in the House of the Columns, built in 1755. Its façade presents a majestic entrance framed by paired Tuscan columns, highlighting in its center the coat of arms of the Quintanilla family, a symbol of nobility and distinction. Upon entering, you will be greeted by a carpanel arch that leads you towards a courtyard with four galleries. A true architectural gem that lasts accross centuries



Lora del Río, Seville


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