Situated on a rather stumpy knoll looking out over the lush plateau, Carmona features as a petite, scenic town in north eastern region of Sevilla Andalucía province. This town has created its entire identity around tourists with the magnificent Iglesia de San Pedro tower which exists as an offshoot that takes after the Giralda. It was incorporated to the town's environs in the 15th century.
The tower attracts your attention when you set foot into the town and this happens not only happen to one individual but to the huge multitude that comes to the city for varied reasons, the tower has therefore laid down the locality's tone for which the returns have been overwhelming.
Comparable to Carmona in a similar aspect is the town of Sevilla whose geographical separation from Carmona is thirty kilometres. Sevilla was originally a significant capital of the Roman Empire whose royal residence was Sevilla.
You can start you exploration of the town at the Iglesia de San. It overlooks Carmona's major road and boasts outstanding Baroque surroundings. At the convent at Paseo del Estatuto, you catch sight of the grand Puerta de Sevilla to the east which was established by the Moors. This was a protected and majestic Roman doorway into the old town.
The ancient town is surrounded by primeval walls which cover a lengthy expanse of close to four kilometres. Indoors, constricted boulevards wind up beyond the Resurgent mansions and Mudejar convents. Ascending C/Prim brings you to the Plaza Mayor. It is small sized and largely subjugated by impressive Moorish housing structures. At its rear it is an active veggies and fruit souk open largely in the sunup. In close proximity to the eastern side is Santa María la Mayor, a Gothic convent built on what remained of a mosque. Extensively covering the crumple of this township are the substantial relics of Pedro's Alcazar which was shattered by seismic activity in 1504 but which has since been overtaken by a surprisingly elegant beauty.
Convenient are a number of bona fide hotels put up in genuine Andalucian architecture. The Alcazar de la Reina is among these. The magnificent hotel is to be sited in a Mudejar construction complete with an al fresco swimming pool. It is easily accessible from the Sevilla San Pablo airport which is only ten minutes away in a welcoming drive. This prehistoric accommodation facility presents you with picturesque vista of the appealing countryside of Carmona.
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