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La Puebla de Cazalla

Villages in Sevilla

La Puebla de Cazalla

La Puebla de Cazalla is located between the regions of the countryside and the Southern Highlands Sevilla, in the south-eastern quadrant of the province. Limits with Marchena, Osuna, Villanueva de San Juan, Pruna y Morón de la Frontera.

The village is located at the northern end of the township and near the riverbed Corbones (Dam & Reservoir of La Puebla), which runs to the east. Most of the town develops south of the old crossing the road N-334 (SevillaMálaga). It has been recently built the Highway 92, which runs north of the town.

Its origin is the Turduli and its first known name is that of Callícula or Carula, cited by Plinio.

In the Roman and Mozarabic age there have been found many remains
From the period of Al-Andalus, we can observe the castle ruins.

The first historical document that refers to this village relates to the distribution of Sevilla by King Alfonso X.

After the Christian conquest, it passed into the hands of the Order of Calatrava to later move to the house of Osuna. Currently the population is engaged in agriculture and oil production, not to mention herds of wild cattle.

La Puebla de Cazalla Monuments

Luna Castle
Antigua Cárcel
La Fuelonguilla
San José Chapel
Archaeological Sites
Nuestra Señora de las Virtudes Chapel
Church Convent of Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria


Aceitunas prietas. Cocido. Gazpacho andaluz (bread, ripe tomatoes, oil, green pepper, garlic, salt, vinegar, pepper). Papas aliñás. Gachas. Tortas fritas. Arroz con castañas. Jarria.

Sweets: Entornados (Empanadillas de cidra).

How to get there

You have to leave Sevilla. Take: A-92 towards Alcalá de Guadaíra – Granada – Málaga. Pass near Alcalá de Guadaira. Take the exit towards Salida 63 – La Puebla de Cazalla. Then you get the town.


Osuna 24 km
Sevilla 70 km
Utrera 48 km
El Arahal 24 km
Marchena 16 km
Lantejuela 21 km
Alcalá de Guadaira 56 km
Morón de la Frontera 18 km

La Puebla de Cazalla

La Puebla de Cazalla Town Hall

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