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Seville Province, Spain

The city of full-blooded Sevillanos is rich with Moorish influence and Catholic ceremony, and filled with cathedrals, ornate palaces and foot-stamping flamenco clubs. Equally wild and untamed, the pristine beaches of the Costa de la Luz stretch for miles along the coast. Yet only an hour’s drive away, you can calm your heartbeat in the chestnut woods and sleepy pueblos blancos of the sierras.

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Areas in Seville Province

When to go

The Seville region can be very hot in summer. Spring has fine weather and several of the year’s most important festivals, while autumn is warm and peaceful. The region enjoys plenty of sunshine, even in winter.

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Getting there

  • Planes

    Pick up a direct flight with EasyJet ( from London Gatwick.
  • Trains

    Super-fast AVE trains run from Madrid to Seville (two and a half hours; €65). The region’s local train network is limited and services can often be slow and infrequent.
  • Automobiles

    It’s worth hiring a car to visit Seville | the mountains and the beautiful beaches of the Costa de la Luz.
  • Taxis

    Cabs are cheap and can be hailed in the street. They display a green ‘libre’ notice or green light at night.

Casita Vanesa at Hacienda de San Rafael, Seville Province, Spain

Casita Vanesa at Hacienda de San Rafael, Seville Province, Spain

With an utterly idyllic setting – rolling fields of sunflowers, cotton, olive trees, waving wheat – this stately countryside retreat between Seville and Jerez is the ideal spot for couples seeking Spanish seduction. A gleaming-white, cortijo-style country house, with foot-thick walls and huge shuttered windows, the Hacienda offers grandeur without a whiff of ostentation. The separate casitas offer real privacy: they're hidden from the main house and share a private pool and garden. And don’t worry about lingering in the linens the morning after – staff will serve breakfast on your verandah no matter what time you emerge…

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