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Map of Sevilla Province
The province of Seville is spread across the central eastern part of Andalucía. Stretching from the untamed mountains of the Sierra Morena in the north down to the marshlands of the Cota Doñana Natural Park in the south, the province is split in two by the mighty Guadalquivir River. At the province's centre is the magnificent city of Seville, the capital of Andalucía. An alluring, cosmopolitan city with a unique atmosphere and a reputation for hedonism, Seville's exotic character and majestic buildings have long attracted visitors to the area.
Hot in the summer and mild in the winter, the province of Seville offers a range of environments from the fast pace of life in the city to the tranquil rural backwaters of the mountains and the countryside. The Sevillians themselves are the area's best asset and their reputation for friendliness, warmth and wit is known throughout the rest of Spain.
The vast, fertile plains of the Guadalquivir basin lay to the east of Seville
in La Campiña, a landscape of gently rolling farmland covered in
wheat fields and olive trees. Throughout La Campiña are numerous
towns of great historical significance that contain a wealth of important
monuments yet remain largely undiscovered by outsiders. The Sierra Norte
Natural Park to the north of the province forms part of the Sierra Morena
and its wild moutains are teeming with wildlife and dotted with charming
Andalucían mountain villages.
The Marisma area to the south of Seville consists of the vast, uninhabited marshlands of the Cota Doñana. It is an area of extreme ecological importance and an important breeding ground for large numbers of migratory birds. To the northeast of Seville, typical Sevillian towns line the banks of the Guadalquivir as they have done for centuries. To the east of the city is the Aljarafe countryside planted with vineyards and olive trees and inhabited by Sevillians who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of the centre of Seville.