Estepa Area is the name of a 'comarca' (region or area) in the east of the province of Seville. It is made up from 14 municipal districts and other small villages.
The municipal districts are Aguadulce, Algamitas, Badolatosa, Casariche, El Saucejo, Estepa, La Roda de Andalucía, Lora de Estepa, Los Corrales, Los Molares, Martín de la Jara, Pedrera, Pruna and Villanueva de San Juan.
The largest town is Estepa, most famous for producing the traditional sweets eaten by all Spanish families during the Christmas period.
Los Molaresoffers tranquil, rural surroundings that give visitors the chance to relax and enjoy a natural environment filled with fields of corn and sunflowers. It also has many country cycle… More →
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… More →
Lakes used to make up a big part of the landscape around Villanueva de San Juan so it is a rich source of marine fossils. It has about 1,100 inhabitants.
Pruna is home to a monument declared to be of cultural interest, Castillo de Hiero (Iron Castle). Although little remains from the original structure, visitors can still appreciate the remains of… More →
Pedrera hosts one of Seville's most important carnivals. The special entierro de la sardina (burying of the sardine) is a pilgrimage towards the Cruz Sierra. The town has about 5,300 inhabitants… More →
Martín de la Jara sits on the border between the province of Seville and the province of Málaga. Here you will also find one of the biggest salt lakes in Seville. It has about 2,700 inhabitants.… More →
Los Corrales was originally exploited agriculturally by the Duke of Osuna as the first houses were built looking out onto the stream and the others overlooking the pens. It has about 4,000… More →
Estepa is said to produce the best extra virgin olive oil in the whole of Seville province and has received various prizes confirming this. It has about 850 inhabitants.
La Roda de Andalucía is well known by travellers because of the N-334 route and the rail line that cross the whole region. It has about 4,200 inhabitants.
El Saucejo, originally known as La Puebla del Saucejo, is built above the villages of La Mezquitilla and Navarredonda. It has about 4,300 inhabitants.
Many important historical events have occurred in Casariche. There was, for example, a civil war between the citizens of Pompey and Cesar. And numerous archaeological remains have been found in… More →
Algámitas is home to the large rock known as, El Peñón, which sits opposite to the highest point of Seville, Pico del Terril, and Sierra de Tablone. It has about 1, 200 inhabitants.
Aguadulce is home to some of the best quality Spanish purebred horses, raised in the "Hermanos Maldonado" Stud. They have won various prizes from institutions, like SICAB, that recognise their… More →