La Puebla de Cazalla in Seville is built on a hill overlooking the surrounding agricultural lands. A famous flamenco centre, La Puebla was the birthplace of well known flamenco singers such as Jose Meneses and Moreno Galvan.
Ayuntamiento de la Puebla de Cazalla
Plaza del Cabildo, 1 41540 La Puebla de Cazalla (Seville)
|Health Clinic||Bars, shops, restaurants||Schools||Municipal pool||Beach
|Golf nearby||Malaga 140km Granada 180km Seville 70km||Bus and train
The countryside surrounding of the town is quite attractive as the Carbones River passes just to the east of the town. The town full of amenities and there is a nice municipal pool with bar/restaurant. La Puebla is situated on the A92 motorway, 64km east of Seville.
There are numerous remains found on the banks of the river dating to the Paleolithic period, Neolithic period and even the Metal Ages. But despite this, it is not known that there were permanent settlements indicating that La Puebla de Cazalla was one of the bridges for communication between various villages which passed through the village. The ruins of the castle are a testament to the Al-Andalus period.
- Celebrations take place in La Puebla throughout the year and include the Fiesta of San Jose on the 19th of March
- Pilgrimage for San Antonio on the first weekend in May
- Feria held from the 8th to the 11th of September.