Osuna - Things to See

Things to see

When visiting Osuna, it's a good idea to stop first at the tourist office and also town museum on Calle Sevilla (Casa de los Hermanos Arjona y Cubas) and pick up a guide with map detailing the town's main monuments, many of which are built from sandstone quarried just outside the town.


Universidad de la Purísima Concepción

The previous University of Osuna is one of the most emblematic buildings of Osuna. More >

La Colegiata

Insigne Iglesia Colegial de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción (La Colegiata). More >

Plaza de Toros

The bullring became well known as Game of Thrones series recorded a scene there. More >

Museo Arqueológico Torre del Agua

Located in Plaza de la Duquesa. More >

El Coto Las Canteras

Located on the highest part of the town, at the end of Camino Buena Vista. More >

Palacio del Marqués de la Gomera
The Palace dates to 1770, with a remarkable façade when in the second half of the eighteenth century the economic development sponsored by the agrarian policy of the Bourbons resulted in the increase of important civil constructions promoted by the rural nobility. Currently the building is a hotel and restaurant. Located on Calle San Pedro.

Palacio de Puente Hermosa
The Palace dating from the eighteenth century has fabulous twisted pillars at its entrance, encrusted with grapes and vine leaves. Located on Calle Sevilla.

Iglesia de Santo Domingo
The church was founded in 1531 under the patronage of the IV Conde de Ureña, Don Juan Tellez Girón, and its construction was carried out throughout the sixteenth century, although later reformed during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Located in Plaza Rodriguez Martin.

Palacio del Cabildo Colegial 
The building bears a sculpted representation of Seville's, La Giralda, flanked by two of the city's patron saints - Santa Justa and Santa Rufina. Located on Calle San Pedro. 

Monasterio de la Encarnación (Museo de Arte Sacro)
The building was completed in 1549 to be a Hospital. In 1612 the Jesuits occupied it and in 1626 the IV Duchess of Osuna, founded the Monastery. The Museum is composed of 4 rooms where an important collection of sculptures, pieces of goldsmith work and important works of imagery stand out. Located in Plaza de la Encarnación.

Opening Times:
September-June, Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00-14:30hrs and 16:00-18:00hrs.
July and August, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 09:30-14:30hrs.
July and August, Thursday, 09:30-14:30hrs and 19:00-21:00hrs.
July, August and September, Closed Sundays.
Price: 4 euro.
Tel: 954 811 207

Museo de Osuna
The Museum of Osuna is a place of learning for the local population to discover the identity of the town, and contemplate the past, the present and the future with an open perspective. At the same time, it is available to all foreign visitors as an undoubted source of tourist attraction. There are temporary and permanent exhibition rooms. The museum is located in the Palacio de los Hermanos Arjona y Cubas. Located on Calle Sevilla.

Opening Times:
September-June, Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00-14:00hrs and 17:00-20:00hrs.
July and August, Tuesday-Sunday, 09:30-14:30hrs and 19:00-21:00hrs.
July and August, Thursday, 09:30-14:30hrs and 19:00-21:00hrs.
June-September, Closed Sunday Afternoon.
Price: 2 euro.
Tel: 954 81 57 32

Other architectural monuments include Arco de la Pastora, Casa de los Rosso, Casa de los Torres, Casa del Marquesado de Campo Verde, Casa de la Cultura, Pósito Municipal (antiguo Hospital), Plaza de Abastos, Palacio de Govantes y Herdara, Casa Consistorial, Antiguo Palacio de Los Cepeda, Parroquia de Ntra. Sra. de la Victoria, Ermita de San Arcadio, Iglesia de San Agustín, Iglesia de San Carlos El Real, Iglesia Santa Clara, Iglesia del Convento de la Concepción, Iglesia del Convento de San Pedro, Iglesia del Convento Santa Catalina, Iglesia del Convento del Carmen, Iglesia del Convento del Espíritu Santo, Parroquia Ntra. Sra. de Consolación, Convento de San Francisco. Plaza de Abastos, Ermita de Santa Ana, Ermita de la Via Sacra. Buenavista.


Several of Osuna's most impressive buildings can be found on a hilltop overlooking the town, which is reached either on foot up a picturesque but steep pedestrian street (Calle San Anton), or by car - you can park in Plaza de la Encarnación or the large square behind the church, Plaza de Luis de Soto Torres.

El Coto Las Canteras
El Coto Las Canteras is a result of natural erosion from rain and wind water, as well as manual erosion from the fifth century BC until the 60's. Today it is used for celebrations, concerts and cultural visits. This is also where much of the golden sandstone used for Osuna's buildings has been quarried since pre-Roman times. Today the magnificent natural auditorium is used for special events, and the Canteras opened to the public in 2017. More>