La Campiña is the name of a 'comarca' (region or area) in the centre of the province of Seville. It is made up from 23 municipal districts and other small villages.
The municipal districts are Arahal, Cañada Rosal, Carmona, Coripe, Écija, El Coronil, El Rubio, El Viso del Alcor, Fuentes de Andalucía, Gilena, Herrera, La Campana, La Luisiana, La Puebla de Cazalla, Mairena del Alcor, Marchena, Marinaleda, Montellano, Morón de la Frontera, Osuna, Paradas, Utrera, La Lantejuela.
The largest town is Utrera, a thriving agricultural area and a traditional gypsy flamenco tradition.
Located on a low hill overlooking a fertile plain, Carmona is a picturesque small town.
Located midway between Seville and Córdoba in a valley of low hills, Ecija is home to several magnificent baroque churches. More >
Each year the town plays host to the Juan Roldan national painting contest.
Home to the Museo Etnoarqueológico that has pieces that are over 200,000 years old.
The interesting thing about Gilena is the number of archaeological remains that have been found here. More >
This town of the southern Seville Sierra has an archaeological paradise with around 90 sites there. More >
The Carrera de los Chamuscaos, often held in December, has been celebrated for years in La Campana. More >
The Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Virtudes has been named as a cultural point of interest.
The Festival de Cante Jondo Antonio Mairena has been celebrated here since 1962.
In the undulating cereal fields and olive groves of La Campiña of the Guadalquivir valley is Marchena. More >
The whitewashed hilltop town of Morón de la Frontera rises above the rolling patchwork plain of La Campiña like a mirage. More >
Osuna is similar to Ecija in that it is home to some fine mansions dating from the 16th to 18th centuries. More >