Carmona was the strongest city of Further Spain in the time of Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.). The Moors surrounded it with a wall and ornamented it with fountains and palaces. Today, Carmona is a fascinating city with many vestiges that attest its great history like the principal entrance to the town, an old Moorish gateway and the gate on the road to Cordova that is partly of Roman construction. The main sights include the Roman necropolis, a 15th century church and the Roman amphitheatre.
Recommended Stay: 2 nights
Puerta de Sevilla, Plaza San Fernando, Puerta de Cordoba, Roman necropolis
Seville - 25 miles, Constantina - 36 miles, Ecija - 33 miles, Arcos de la Frontera - 66 miles