Seville Province - Estepa area

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Estepa Area

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.

Estepa Area is bounded on the west and north by La Campiña, to the east by Cordoba and to the south by Malaga.

The largest town is Estepa, most famous for producing the traditional sweets eaten by all Spanish families during the Christmas period. 


In Aguadulce you can find purebred Spanish horses.
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The town touches on the borders of Cadiz and Malaga and is located close to the Tablon sierra. More >


The town contains two important reservoirs that have been deemed internationally important since 1982. More >


Important historical events, such as a Roman civil war, have occurred in the town of Casariche. More >

El Coronil

The Castillo de las Aguzaderas may be interesting to visitors.
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El Saucejo

El Saucejo is built up from its town centrebut also from the villages of La Mezquitilla and Navarredonda. More >


This small town 24km east of Osuna is famous for two very different reasons. More >

La Roda de Andalucia

It is said that the town is of Celtiberian origins and may have once been called Uraqao. More >

Lora de Estepa

The best olive oil of the province is produced here. More >

Los Corrales

The name of the town is related to the Duke of Osuna. More >

Los Molares

Offers tranquil, rural surroundings that give visitors the chance to relax and enjoy a natural environment. More >

Martin de la Jara

There are remains of a Roman roadway and also of a Muslim fortification. 
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Some of Seville’s most important carnivals is celebrated in this town.
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Several artefacts from the Greek period, when Pruna had its own currency, have been found. More >

Villanueva de San Juan

There are still many marine fossils readily available to see and appreciate because of the history of the towns’ landscape. More >