Carmona, located in southern Spain in the region of Andalusía, is one of the oldest cities on mainland Europe. Five thousand years of Continuous dwelling both in the urban area and its immediate surroundings has endowed Carmona with an invaluable historic and artistic heritage.
Carmona’s palaces, streets and squares are laced with handsome religious buildings composed of churches, convents and hermitages built between the 14th and 18th century.
Situated in the most southerly European region it has a more high quality daylight hours and long seasons without rainfall.
Aswell as its varied historic and monumental heritage, Carmona possesses the most beautiful views and natural surroundings.
Avda. Alcalde Luis Uruñuela, 1. Palacio de Congresos (FIBES) Seville. Spain