Gerena is rich in archaeological remains, famous Andalusian architecture and unique landscape which consist mostly of abandoned quarries. It is the perfect destination for nature lovers and hunting enthusiasts. It has about 7400 inhabitants.
Castilblanco de los Arroyos is home to the avant-garde building, Miguel Fisac Municipal Theatre, a structure of cubes that, as an architectural piece and a modern construction, looks beautiful. It has about 5000 inhabitants.
San Nicolás del Puerto is another one of the province's natural havens. Home to two beautiful enclaves that have been declared natural monuments: Cascadas del Huesna and Cerro del Hierro. It is within the Sierra Norte de Sevilla Natural Park. This area is also known to be a good for rock climbing and potholing. It has about 620 inhabitants.
La Puebla de los Infantes is very well known within the hunting community due to it being home to one of the most important caza mayor (large game) hunting reserves in Spain, El Coto de El Aguila. It has about 3,100 inhabitants.
El Ronquillo takes its name from the proprietor who, in the fifteenth century, made two roadside cafes/bars that made the foundations for the municipality. It has been awarded the Nacional de Embellecimiento Municipal (National Municipal Beauty) prize several times, but the town centre now has the N-630 roadway crossing it from North to South. It has about 1400 inhabitants.
El Real de la Jara forms part of the Parque Natural de la Sierra Norte de Sevilla (natural park), which makes it an ideal spot for nature lovers and outdoor activity enthusiasts. At certain points around the village you are able to enjoy views of the beautiful surrounding countryside. It has about 1500 inhabitants.
El Pedroso is of particular interest to rural tourism lovers and also to those interested in outdoor activities, such as hunting, fishing or hiking. The village is also part of the Parque Natural de la Sierra Norte de Sevilla (natural park). It has about 2200 inhabitants.