You can find natural and monumental heritage of great interest in Sanlúcar de Barrameda.
To help understand these areas and their location of the most representitive landmarks, we have designed some specially themed routes that you can do on your own or with one of the specialized guides from tourism businesses from our city.
Here are some of the routes that you can enjoy a full experience while visiting Sanlúcar.
Due to its historical and social perception, Sanlúcar is fascinating in numerous ways. One of those aspects, perhaps slighly unkown, are the women that have for one reason or another have become social references. The female aspect, along with the local gastronomy are the themes for this urban route. You can find more information at […]
Sanlucar de Barrameda prepares with enthusiasm and excitement the commemoration of one of the most remarkable feats by man: the first circumnavigation of the World. Throughout the XVI century the beaches and the harbour of our city were protagonists of constant departures and arrivals of naval and civil fleets that were going or returning from […]
The period of the greatest commercial boom in Sanlucar coincided with one of the most important artistic movements of Andalusia, the Baroque. Churches and palaces of a Baroque style form the major part of the urban space.
The following route is recommended.
It´s the oldest part of Sanlúcar. In medieval times, the city was protected by a mural wall some pieces of which we can appreciate nowadays.
Following this route we can travel through the early history of Sanlúcar.
Sanlúcar has been a crossroads where various monumental and natural conditions fuse enriching the city. This quality was already observed in 1806, when Godoy promoted the Botanical Garden of Acclimatization in Sanlúcar to encourage the scientific agriculture.
La estratégica situación de Sanlúcar de Barrameda, en la vía de comunicación comercial entre el puerto de Sevilla y el continente americano influyó crucialmente en el devenir histórico de la ciudad. Gracias a la importancia mercantil del puerto de Sanlúcar, la ciudad se convirtió en residencia de comerciantes y en lugar de partida de numerosas ordenes religiosas que evangelizaron el Nuevo Mundo, edificándose singulares palacios y conventos.