Aguadulce is located in the south-east quadrant of the province of Sevilla. Placed at the feet of the 92 Highway, in the Sierra Sur of Sevilla (mountain range), between Osuna and Estepa. In the middle of the following capitals: Sevilla, Granada, Cordoba and Malaga.
Its origin dates back to the turdetans period, where the city was named Marucca, though other authors name it Ipora, locating Marucca 8 kms from this city. Until the 18th century it belonged to the marquisate of Estepa, and from then it set itself up as municipality. It is said that Miguel de Cervantes spent the night at the inn next to the Blanco river, on his trip from Granada to Sevilla.
On the other hand, Aguadulce’s economic life is closely related to Agriculture, specifically the olive tree and the cereal. Its horticultural products, of great prestige, were awarded more than 500 years ago in the “Exhibition of Paris”. Town very frequented by the Sevillians of the capital, specially in summertime. This beautiful small town is crossed by the Blanco river.
Puente de Piedra (Stone Bridge)
Church of San Bartolomé Apóstol
Las Almenas (The Battlements)
Casas Típicas (Typical Houses)
Jardín de Dolores (The Dolores Gardens)
Is marked by exquisite products that are produced in their gardens, as well as the excellent olive oil produced in its two olives mills.
Among the notable features dishes cooked with the chard stems from the pot of beans, red meat, roasted peppers, stuffed artichokes or rich salads with lettuce, tomatoes and onions fresh from the orchards.
How to get there
The best and fasted way to reach Aguadulce form Seville is throught the Autovia Sevilla – Málaga the “A-92”, this highway was buitl in 1992 during the Universal Exhibition in Seville that year.
Distances from Aguadulce
Sevilla 114 km
Osuna 14 km
Málaga 108 km
Granada 141 km