The Guadalquivir River flows between the foothills of the Sierra Morena and the Sierra Sur mountains in the south of Seville province. The ancient city of Seville is the largest and most populated city in Andalucia.
The towns and cities on the shores of the Guadalquivir River are testimony to the region’s historic and cultural past. The city of Seville has been run by Arabs, Jewish and Roman settlers and its ark and historical attractions make this a stunning tourist destination.
Sevilla is the largest province in the Autonomous Region of Andalucia and. it borders the provinces of Malaga and Cadiz to the south, Huelva to the west, Badajoz to the north, and Cordoba to the east.
The province of Seville is a mosaic of cultures whose roots are buried in the remote past. The Donana Nature Reserve offers visitors a vast region of wetlands and wildlife. Inviting villages are living testimony to a past of historic splendour.
Fish, shellfish, pork and a vast choice of stews and soups in the winter months are specialities of Seville. The custom of visiting several bars to sample the tapas is widespread throughout the towns and villages of the province.
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