The origin of the name is uncertain, although it may derive from a place called “Las Herrerias”, alluding to the existence of iron mines.
Archaeological sites have revealed human settlements from the Late Bronze Age and also Iberian settlements.
During Roman times there apparently existed within the larger population centre a smaller village called Pagus Sigilensis.
From the period of Al-Andalus there is no news of Herrerra. After the Christian conquest it passed into the hands of the Military Order of Santiago and later to the Marquis of Estepa.
Iglesia de Santiago Mayor (Church of St. James the Great)
Iglesia de la Concepcion (Church of the Conception)
Sevilla Depart via the N-IVb
Leave the N-IVb onto A-92
Leave the A-92 (Exit 106: Etepa / A-340 / Herrera / Puente Genil) onto A-340
Exit the A-340 and merge onto SE-757
Exit the SE-757 and merge onto A-388
Exit the A-388 and merge onto SE-745 and arrive the town
Ecija 34 km
Osuna 31 km
Utrera 98 km
Sevilla 117 km
Santaella 33 km
Puente Genil 9 km
Aguilar de la Frontera 30 km