Mairena del Alcor holds the well known, Festival de Cante Jondo Antonio Mairena, which has been celebrated here since 1962, and has become one of the most important in all of Andalusia. Many artists and flamenco lovers come here to take part in the celebrations. It has about 23, 000 inhabitants.
La Puebla de Cazalla is perfectly placed between countryside and sierra, with its best known Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Virtudes which has been named a cultural point of interest. It has about 11, 200 inhabitants.
La Luisiana holds the preserved ruins of Roman baths that, in their day, were used as a spa for the upper class. These baths are the most known archaeological remains of the town although there are others around available for visitors to find and enjoy. It has about 4,600 inhabitants.
La Campana is known for the Carrera de los Chamuscaos, a race that starts close to the town centre and ends in Fuentes de Andalucía, and was first used to settle the rivalry between the two towns. It has about 5,400 inhabitants.
Fuentes de Andalucía offers a wonderful museum known as, Museo Etnoarqueológico, where you can observe and appreciate archaeological remains from the first human settlements that inhabited the area. It has about 7,100 inhabitants.
El Coronil is home to the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Consolación that uses 'tridacna' muscle shells, known to be the largest species in the world, as baptismal fonts. They were supposedly brought over from the Philippines in the nineteenth century by a merchant sailor. It has about 4, 800 inhabitants.