Gilena in Seville Province is unique in the vast number of archaeological remains that have been found here. Artefacts from the Bronze Age and Roman era, as well as Catholic and Visigoth graves, are examples of what has been discovered.
Ayuntamiento de Gilena
Calle Huerta 3, 41565 Gilena (Seville)
|Health Clinic||Bars, shops, restaurants||Schools||Municipal pool||Beach
1h 09 min
|Golf nearby||Malaga 93km Granada 124km Seville 110km||Bus and train
Gilena in Seville owes its name to an evolution of the word for flint, “Silex” or “Silena”. During Moorish denomination, it was known as “Lugar de Gilena”, later in the re-conquest it was changed to “Puebla de Gilena” and, constitutionally as, “Villa de Gilena”.
- 2nd of February – Fiesta de la Candelaria
- 11-14th of August – Local feria
- 7th of October – Fiesta Nuestra Senora del Rosario