Where'd you like to go?
Enter
My Profile
Edit your profile
Close session
Write an opinion
Publish

Things to do in Carmona

148 contributors
Sights
Outdoors
Routes
Shopping
Nightlife
GetYourGuide
(479)
$22.95
GetYourGuide
(301)
$20.08
GetYourGuide
(18)
$95.64
GetYourGuide
(119)
$52.08
GetYourGuide
(254)
$28.64
View more
View more
Villages in Carmona
(16)
Historical Monuments in Carmona
(13)
Historical Monuments in Carmona
(5)
Churches in Carmona
(2)
Churches in Carmona
(2)
View more
View more
Historical Monuments in Carmona
(12)
Historical Monuments in Carmona
(5)
Historical Monuments in Carmona
(2)
Historical Monuments in Carmona
Historical Monuments in Carmona
(2)
View more
View more
Churches in Carmona
(2)
Churches in Carmona
(2)
Churches in Carmona
Churches in Carmona
Churches in Carmona
(1)
View more
View more

The top 74 attractions in Carmona

Villages in Carmona
Carmona
(16)
Carmona is a city with much history. There are many artifacts from different periods of history. In one part of the city there are
Historical Monuments in Carmona
Alcázar Puerta de Sevilla
(13)
My Spanish class went to a town near Seville last Thursday. We took a bus together and arrived early in the morning. We walked thr
Historical Monuments in Carmona
Roman Necropolis
(5)
Just outside Carmona you should not overlook the Roman necropolis, which includes two large mausoleums: the Tomb the Elephant and
Churches in Carmona
St. Peter's Church
(2)
This is the most important church in Carmona and it is located off the main entrance to the old town - Puerta de Sevilla. It was b
Churches in Carmona
San Francisco Chapel
(2)
Walking along this street Carmones you will find a corner to enjoy an afternoon walk. I've been talking with John and he also agre
Historical Monuments in Carmona
(4)
Churches in Carmona
Streets in Carmona
(5)
Of Cultural Interest in Carmona
Urban Wall of Carmona
(2)
The walled city of Carmona stands over 3 km, which is a sign of its significance in Roman Andalusia. It was walled in the 8th cent
Historical Monuments in Carmona
Roman Amphitheatre
(1)
Carmona Roman Amphitheatre dates back to the 1st century BC. It was privately owned until the year 1973 when the Counts of Water w
Squares in Carmona
Palaces in Carmona
Aguilar Family House-Palace
It is the most original of the Convention Carmona Houses. Its characteristics were chosen to host the local Consistory for centuri
Squares in Carmona
(2)
Of Cultural Interest in Carmona
El Carmonilla
In the northern part of Carmona, beyond where the Cardus Maximus Roman road is extended, there is a small square with a modern air
Of Cultural Interest in Carmona
House of the Waters
It is a civilian building that until the last century supplied drinking water to the people of Carmona. It is in the highest part
Churches in Carmona
Church of San Felipe
This is the original religious building across all Carmona, in the Renaissance Mudejar style. Clearly. This church was a mosque, w
Markets in Carmona
(1)
Viewpoints in Carmona
(2)