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.
Plaza de Gibaxa 1, 41710 Utrera (Seville)
|Health Clinic||Bars, shops, restaurants||Schools||Municipal pool||Beach
2h 05 min
|Golf nearby||Malaga 179km Granada 216km Seville 40km||Bus and train
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.
- 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).