La Carlota is a town located in the South-western of Cordoba, in the region of El Bajo Guadalquivir. It borders on Sevilla to the South and West, to the North on Cordoba and Guadalcazar. It is to 175 metres above sea level.
Ayuntamiento de La Carlota
Av. Carlos III 50, 14100 La Carlota (Cordoba)
|Health Clinic||Bars, shops, restaurants||Schools||Municipal pool||Beach
|Golf nearby||Malaga 158km Granada 202km Cordoba
|Bus and train
La Carlota in Cordoba was founded in 1767 as part of the colonisation policy initiated by Charles III. La Carlota is located in the Cordoban countryside, well south-west of the large regional capital of Cordoba, and it occupies part of the alluvial valley of the River Guadalquivir and an area of its Quaternary terraces. The area around La Carlota hosts various archeological sites, with remains from the Paleolithic times through to the Bronze Age. The entire municipality has been declared to be a point of cultural interest by the regional government.