Osuna The Essential
Interesting
Along the route that leads from Seville to Granada, the town of Osuna is as old as Carmona. Built on a hill, this Iberian town was the last refuge of Pompey in the I BC, before Caesar beat him definitively in Munda. Reconquered in 1240, the town has a preserved a highly interesting architectural and artistic heritage from the Renaissance and Classical ages.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Osuna
Panteón Ducal
Panteón Ducal
The pantheon of the Dukes of Osuna was
30 minutes
Collegial Church (Colegiata)
Collegial Church (Colegiata)
An impressive Renaissance Collegial
30 minutes
Monastery of the Incarnation
Monastery of the Incarnation
The wife of the 4th Duke of Osuna
30 minutes
Bell tower of the Church of Mercy
Bell tower of the Church of Mercy
This is a fine Baroque tower built by
Calle San Pedro
Calle San Pedro
This street includes two superb palaces.
15 minutes
Palace of the Cepeda
Palace of the Cepeda
This fine 18C building is currently the
15 minutes