The Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, is a medieval monastery founded in the 14th century, and is considered one of the most important examples of Gothic-Mudéjar architecture in Andalusia.
The monastery complex includes a number of buildings, including the church, cloister, chapter house, and refectory. The church is the most impressive part of the complex, with its intricate stonework, elaborate vaulted ceiling, and beautiful stained-glass windows.
Ruins of Itálica
The Santiponce Ruins are part of the ancient Roman city of Italica, which was founded in the year 206 BC and was one of the earliest Roman settlements in Spain.
The amphitheater is one of the main attractions of the site, and it is considered one of the largest in the entire Roman Empire. The theater is also an impressive sight in a well preserved set of ruins.
After “grilling” on the visit to the ruins of Santiponce, any place with air conditioning would be paradise. Due to its location and easy parking, this restaurant was the natural choice.
Some confusion, but the food was acceptable and lived up to expectations.
Nothing memorable or reprehensible, it will fall into oblivion.
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