Utrera – Seville

Utrera in Seville Province is a large agricultural town set in the middle of olive groves, sunflowers and cereal cultivation. It is considered to be one of the principal grain-producing regions in Spain and is also in the heart of a cattle-rearing region, where toros (fighting bulls) are bred.

Local information

Ayuntamiento Utrera
Plaza de Gibaxa 1, 41710 Utrera (Seville)
Telephone: 955-864-545

Health Clinic Bars, shops, restaurants Schools Municipal pool Beach
2h 05 min
Golf nearby Malaga 179km Granada 216km Seville 40km Bus and train
Malaga airport
Granada airport
Seville airport


Main information

The exact origin Utrera in Seville is unknown, however, abundant archaeological remains reflect human presence during the Neolithic era. Casa Surga is a manor house of Sevillian style from 1783. Currently in a ruinous state and not open for visits. Located on Calle Maria Auxiliadora.

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The Castle of Utrera in Seville has been declared a Site of Cultural Interest and a Historic-Artistic Monument since 1985, built by the Council of Seville on the remains of an Arab tower. In 1368 it was destroyed by Muhammed V of Granada and later rebuilt at the end of the fourteenth century. Since the end of the fifteenth century it has been abandoned. Located on Calle la Fuente Vieja.

The towns of Utrera and Lebrija, however, are way off the average tourist’s route and remain somewhat undiscovered. But if one was to venture into the countryside that surrounds Seville, one would find that the traditional gypsy flamenco tradition is thriving. These towns are among the few places where orthodox flamenco is performed on a daily base.

Just outside Utrera in Seville is the Utrera Natural Reserve, a series of lakes noted for their wildlife, especially birds. Also worth a visit are Salinas de Valcargado and Embalse de Torre de Aguila.


  • March – Feria de la Tapa
  • 1th of May – Virgen de Consolacion
  • First week of May – Local Feria
  • 13th of May – Romeria de Fatima
  • Last weekend of June – Potaje Gitano – Named after a dish popular in Andalusia in this case, the Gypsy’s Stew. Established in 1957 by the town’s gypsies and dedicated to the cante (singing).

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