Located 30 km from Seville, Carmona is one of the ancient major enclaves of the Lower Guadalquivir. Its historical significance is explained by the environment surrounding. It is a natural stronghold, the town from its strategic position controlling the main communication routes in the valley of the Guadalquivir and the three landscapes that make up their founding sources: The Alcores, La Vega and Las Terrazas.
Something unique to Carmona is the quantity and quality of its historical heritage as well as the good state of conservation of monuments in general. Carmona, in addition to being a Historic Site since 1963 has also had an Archaeological site: the Roman necropolis. It has 561 archaeological sites located within its municipal area, 57 items in inventory, property and finances ethnological especially cortijos and 15 declared monuments.