There are definitely plenty of things to do in Carmona - to say the least! The Alcázar del Rey Don Pedro is the city’s most famous sight, a Moorish fortress built in the 13th century that has seen its fair share of history in the centuries since. The old centre is a major attraction in its own right, accessed through the imposing Córdoba Gate that hints at the Roman time in control of this part of the world. The viewpoint over the Andalusian plain gives an insight into those medieval years, waiting patiently for any sign of intrusion or attack. The market also deserves plenty of attention, as this is a city famous for its production of olive oil and wine. If you can get here for the April fair, you are a lucky duck indeed.