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For equestrian fans

Ecija, known as the "frying pan of Andalucia" is a lovely place to stop off on way from Seville to... read more

Reviewed 11 May 2018
P F
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Dublin, Ireland
Ecija, the loveliest town in Andalucia nobody knows about

On the border of the province of Seville and Cordoba lies Ecija (pron: ess-ee-ha). Treat yourself... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2016
JCAM1959
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Walton-On-Thames, United Kingdom
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10 May 2018
“For equestrian fans”
6 May 2016
“Ecija, the loveliest town in Andalucia nobody knows about”
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Calle Canovas del Castillo 4, 41400 Ecija, Spain
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Reviewed 11 May 2018

Ecija, known as the "frying pan of Andalucia" is a lovely place to stop off on way from Seville to Cordoba. Take the parking garage near Plaza de Espana to avoid frustration. Beautiful town, no crowds, welcoming staff at Palace. Fantastic audio visual of horses...More

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Reviewed 6 May 2016

On the border of the province of Seville and Cordoba lies Ecija (pron: ess-ee-ha). Treat yourself to a visit if travelling nearby (hour's drive from Ronda, Cordoba or Seville). The architecture, main square, beautiful little museum (Palace of Benameji) and about a dozen very large...More

6  Thank JCAM1959
Reviewed 27 July 2015

A small museum, but with plenty of interesing pieces that span the generations of the town and give a great snapshot of the history. Special pieces are the mosaics and the Amazonm statue. Peaceful to wander around and free entry.

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Reviewed 23 February 2015 via mobile

All we saw was the top of the towers as we struggled to find somewhere to park. Gave up in end and headed back out of town. Parking does not seem to be signposted at all but the important lesson for us was to research...More

3  Thank Lynne S
Reviewed 20 April 2012

The Palacio de Benameji was built in the 18th century with brick and marble. The portal is Baroque and shows movement with curves going in two directions. There are two corner towers. Today it houses the Museo Historico Municipal, a very good museum. Outstanding in...More

6  Thank BennyMalaga
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