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ALCAZAR DE LA REINA 4 Stars

  C. Hermana Concepcion Orellana 2 - Plazuela de Lasso,, 41410

Situated in 50 m� of gardens, this hotel is spread over 3 floors and comprises 66 rooms of which 60 are double, 1 single and 5 suites. Guests may make use of the foyer with 24-hour reception desk,... Read more

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POSADA SAN FERNANDO 3 Stars

  Plaza San Fernando, 6, 41410

The hotel occasionally hosts small music concerts, poetry recitals and art exhibitions. You can rent bicycles from the hotel, the ideal way to visit this quaint town. Read more

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PARADOR DE CARMONA 4 Stars

  Alcázar, s/n, 41410

The fertile plain of the River Corbones makes for an exceptional panoramic view from the fortress, where different civilisations have brought their best artistry and culture. Read more

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EL RINCON DE LAS DESCALZAS 3 Stars

  C/Descalzas, 1, 41410 Carmona

Housed in a building that dates back to 1800 that underwent renovation work in 2005, this hotel comprises a 2-storey main building and a 3-floor annexe block offering a total of 13 rooms, which... Read more

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CASA DE CARMONA 5 Stars

  Plaza Lasso, 1 (52 Km. to seville), 41410 Carmona - Seville

The hotel has retained the uniqueness and opulence of its roots as a palace: luxurious patios with fountains, distinguished rooms with period furniture and objects d´art adorn this grand building. Read more

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FRENTEABASTOS HOSTEL & SUITES 2 Stars

  DOMINGUEZ DE LA HAZA 10, 41410

Property Location Located in Carmona, Frenteabastos Hostel & Suites is minutes from Santa Maria de la Asuncion Church and San Pedro Church. This hostal is within close proximity of Santa Maria la... Read more

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HACIENDA LOS JINETES  4 Stars

  Ctr- Carmona - Brenes A 462, Km 8.10, 41410 Carmona

Renovated in 2004, this hotel comprises 18 rooms of which 1 is a single room and 17 are double rooms. Facilities on offer include a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange... Read more

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CASA DE CARMONA 5 Stars

  PLAZA DE LASSO, 1, 41410

 

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CASA PALACIO 5 Stars

  PL DE LASSO 1, 41410 CARMONA

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Carmona, a town of south-western Spain, in the province of Seville; 43 km (27 mi.) N.E. of Seville by rail. Pop. (1900) 17,215. Carmona is built on a ridge overlooking the central plain of Andalusia, from the Sierra Morena, on the north, to the peak of San Cristobal, on the south. It has a thriving trade in wine, olive oil, grain and cattle; and the annual fair, which is held in April, affords good opportunity of observing the costumes and customs of southern Spain. The citadel of Carmona, now in ruins, was formerly the principal fortress of Peter the Cruel (r. 1350–1369), and contained a spacious palace within its defences. The principal entrance to the town is an old Moorish gateway; and the gate on the road to Cordova is partly of Roman construction. Portions of the ancient college of San Teodomir are of Moorish architecture, and the tower of the church of San Pedro is an imitation of the Giralda at Seville. In 1881 a large Roman necropolis was discovered close to the town, beside the Seville road. It contains many rock-hewn sepulchral chambers, with niches for the cinerary urns, and occasionally with vestibules containing stone seats (triclinia). In 1881 an amphitheatre, and another group of tombs, all belonging to the first four centuries A.D., were disinterred near the original necropolis, and a small museum, maintained by the Carmona archaeological society, is filled with the mosaics, inscriptions, portrait-heads and other antiquities found here. Carmona, the Roman Carmo, was the strongest city of Further Spain in the time of Julius Caesar (100–44 B.C.), and its strength was greatly increased by the Moors, who surrounded it with a wall and ornamented it with fountains and palaces. In 1247 Ferdinand III. of Castile took the city, and bestowed on it the motto Sicut Lucifer lucet in Aurora, sic in Wandalia Carmona ("As the Morning-star shines in the Dawn, so shines Carmona in Andalusia"). For an account of the antiquities of Carmona, see Estudios arqueologicos e historicos, by M. Sales y Ferré (Madrid, 1887).

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