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Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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Parador De Carmona
Parador De Carmona
8.5 Excellent
Alcazar, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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0.7 mi from city centre, Carmona 
ExcellentBased on 1,078 reviews
8.5

Elegant and cosy, Parador de Carmona is situated in Carmona and provides an outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi and a private beach. It also offers a rooftop terrace, a sauna and a beauty centre.

Alcázar de la Reina
Alcázar de la Reina
8.4 Excellent
Calle Hermana Concepción Orellana, 2, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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0.5 mi from city centre, Carmona 
ExcellentBased on 830 reviews
8.4

Situated in Carmona, Alcazar de la Reina is within walking distance of Alcazar puerta de Sevilla and provides a sauna, a Jacuzzi and an outdoor pool. It is conveniently located for guests wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.

El Rincon De Las Descalzas
El Rincon De Las Descalzas
8.3 Excellent
Descalzas, 1, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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0.5 mi from city centre, Carmona 
ExcellentBased on 1,013 reviews
8.3

El Rincon de las Descalzas provides 3-star accommodation in Carmona. It also features a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace.

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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:May
Average price in Carmona:$116/night
Cheapest price found:$41/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$65 - $190
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$63 - $163
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Alcázar de la Reina
Alcázar de la Reina
8.4 Excellent
Calle Hermana Concepción Orellana, 2, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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0.5 mi from city centre, Carmona, AN, Spain 

Situated in Carmona, Alcazar de la Reina is within walking distance of Alcazar puerta de Sevilla and provides a sauna, a Jacuzzi and an outdoor pool. It is conveniently located for guests wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.

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El Rincon De Las Descalzas
El Rincon De Las Descalzas
8.3 Excellent
Descalzas, 1, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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0.5 mi from city centre,  

El Rincon de las Descalzas provides 3-star accommodation in Carmona. It also features a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace.

$48
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Alcázar de la Reina
Alcázar de la Reina
8.4 Excellent
Calle Hermana Concepción Orellana, 2, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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0.5 mi from city centre,  

Situated in Carmona, Alcazar de la Reina is within walking distance of Alcazar puerta de Sevilla and provides a sauna, a Jacuzzi and an outdoor pool. It is conveniently located for guests wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.

$70
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Parador De Carmona
Parador De Carmona
8.5 Excellent
Alcazar, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain
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0.7 mi from city centre,  

Elegant and cosy, Parador de Carmona is situated in Carmona and provides an outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi and a private beach. It also offers a rooftop terrace, a sauna and a beauty centre.

$105
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Hotel prices in Carmona

3 stars
El Rincon De Las Descalzas
#1 Most popular

El Rincon De Las Descalzas

Descalzas, 1, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain

8.3 Excellent
$48

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Parador De Carmona
#1 Most popular

Parador De Carmona

Alcazar, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain

8.5 Excellent
$105

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Alcázar de la Reina
#2 Most popular

Alcázar de la Reina

Calle Hermana Concepción Orellana, 2, Carmona, Andalusia, Spain

8.4 Excellent
$70

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About Carmona

Carmona resides 33 kilometres north-east of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. The lovely whitewashed town is known for its wine, olive oil and charming historic sites. A Moorish Alcázar sits next to ancient gates, palaces and towers, offering a glimpse into Andalusia of old. With a Mediterranean climate, delicious cuisine and bustling markets, Carmona will trigger the imagination and feed the senses.

Visitors to Carmona should head straight for the town’s main landmarks. These offer an insight into the city’s rich history. The first notable structure is the 15th century church tower, built as an imitation of La Giralda in Seville. At the town’s entrance lies Puerto de Sevilla, the ancient fortified gateway which opens into the historic town centre. Fragrant orange trees line the streets, as Mudejar Churches, palaces and Moorish buildings spring into view. Bustling produce markets enable visitors to shop for picnic treats, admire colourful displays and enjoy the animated banter. Venture to the foot of the town to the Roman necropolis. On a low hill surrounded by cypress trees, it contains over 900 family tombs. These range from 2nd century BC to 4th century AD. Carmona is also famous for its gastronomy. Almost all the restaurants and bodega bars offer tapas and a variety of local Spanish dishes. Walk the “tapas route”, a pub crawl of bars where culinary delights can be sampled with every drink. Try serrano ham, chickpea soup and salmorejo and for dessert, rice with milk or delicious almond cake.

Reaching Carmona from all over Andalusia is easy by car. It takes just 30 minutes to drive from Seville city centre. Buses operate from Plaza de Armas bus station in Seville. The transportation is comfortable and frequent, with a similar journey time. Taxi services are available throughout the area.

Carmona sits on one of the oldest urban sites in Europe. Complex agricultural societies began to converge in the area at the start of the Neolithic period and there has been a presence in the region ever since. The town has been home to a mosaic of different cultures throughout the years. Each has left their mark on Carmona and can be seen in the buildings, religious sanctuaries, artwork and cuisine. Visitors to Andalusia should ensure that a trip to Carmona is near the top of their wish list of places to see.

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Carmona resides 33 kilometres north-east of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. The lovely whitewashed town is known for its wine, olive oil and charming historic sites. A Moorish Alcázar sits next to ancient gates, palaces and towers, offering a glimpse into Andalusia of old. With a Mediterranean climate, delicious cuisine and bustling markets, Carmona will trigger the imagination and feed the senses.

Visitors to Carmona should head straight for the town’s main landmarks. These offer an insight into the city’s rich history. The first notable structure is the 15th century church tower, built as an imitation of La Giralda in Seville. At the town’s entrance lies Puerto de Sevilla, the ancient fortified gateway which opens into the historic town centre. Fragrant orange trees line the streets, as Mudejar Churches, palaces and Moorish buildings spring into view. Bustling produce markets enable visitors to shop for picnic treats, admire colourful displays and enjoy the animated banter. Venture to the foot of the town to the Roman necropolis. On a low hill surrounded by cypress trees, it contains over 900 family tombs. These range from 2nd century BC to 4th century AD. Carmona is also famous for its gastronomy. Almost all the restaurants and bodega bars offer tapas and a variety of local Spanish dishes. Walk the “tapas route”, a pub crawl of bars where culinary delights can be sampled with every drink. Try serrano ham, chickpea soup and salmorejo and for dessert, rice with milk or delicious almond cake.

Reaching Carmona from all over Andalusia is easy by car. It takes just 30 minutes to drive from Seville city centre. Buses operate from Plaza de Armas bus station in Seville. The transportation is comfortable and frequent, with a similar journey time. Taxi services are available throughout the area.

Carmona sits on one of the oldest urban sites in Europe. Complex agricultural societies began to converge in the area at the start of the Neolithic period and there has been a presence in the region ever since. The town has been home to a mosaic of different cultures throughout the years. Each has left their mark on Carmona and can be seen in the buildings, religious sanctuaries, artwork and cuisine. Visitors to Andalusia should ensure that a trip to Carmona is near the top of their wish list of places to see.

  • What are the best hotels in Carmona?

    1,078 reviews rated Parador De Carmona with an average score of 8.5/10. It may also be worth looking into the Hotel Palmero, which received a rating of 7.5/10 from 636 reviews. Hotel San Pedro could also be a good option, with a score of 7.9/10 from 182 reviews.