The town of Estepa is located in the vicinity of the Sierra Sur, in the south-eastern province of Sevilla, with borders with Córdoba.
In Estepa have passed almost all ancient civilizations, leaving traces of its culture.
Its strategic and advantageous position in height, near important roads explained these settlements.
The region of Estepa is located in the southeast corner of the province of Sevilla, in thetransition between the countryside, associated with depression of the Guadalquivir, and the first Subbéticas spurs.
Geologically, the Southern Highlands originate in sediments accumulated during the Mesozoic. Its calcareous composition has led to the formation of caves and shelters thatcould be used at different times.
Church of Santa María la Mayor
Church of San Sebastián
Church of Ntra. Sra. de los Remedios
Church of Ntra. Sra. del Carmen
Church of la Asunción
Church of Santa Ana
Convent of San Francisco
Convent of Santa Clara
Hermitage of Santa Ana
Hermitage of San Marcos
Palace of Marqueses de Cerverales
Hill of San Cristóbal
The most typical dishes of the municipality are the salmorejo, la olla, los patajes, las gachas and las migas.
The town of Estepa is known worldwide for its famous cream and donuts mantecados and polvorones and for its wine and alfajores.
How to get there
The best and fastest way to get Estepa from Sevilla is through Sevilla-Malaga Highway “A-92”, that was built in 1992 for the Universal Exposition of Sevilla.
Sevilla 125 km
Aguilar 35 km
Lucena 45 km
Utrera 91 km
Málaga 95 km
Granada 139 km
Antequera 47 km
Puente Genil 20 km
Morón de la Frontera 63 km