Only 30 km away from Seville lies one of the oldest towns in Europe
Carmona was founded on a strategic location, a settlement important to all the civilizations that shaped our history.
We start by visiting the Necropolis, one of the largest and the best-preserved Roman funerary sites on the Iberian Peninsula.
We shall then arrive at the old town by crossing the Seville Gate of the Alcazar fortress, where Carthaginian, Roman, Arab and Christian cultures left their marks over the centuries
We’ll stroll the winding white-washed streets, squares (such as San Fernando), convents and churches, and we’ll enjoy stunning views of the fertile valley.