Located in the middle of the countryside, in an agricultural landscape (mainly consisting of cereals), Carmona is one of Spain´s most significant towns in terms of tourism. A number of great examples remain of the many civilizations that have inhabited the area over time.
The walls, of Roman origin, are impressive from afar and within them you will find interesting sites such as Los Alcázares, the Church of San Felipe and Church of Santa María, Puerta de Sevilla and Puerta de Córdoba, and numerous other civil and religious buildings. Outside of the walls, the Roman Acropolis can be admired. Carmona is a wonderful town, making it one of the most important tourist and cultural hubs in Andalusia.