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Badolatosa is located in Sevilla Region , Andalucia

The town of Badolatosa belongs to the province of Seville. It is located on the banks of the river Genil, with meanders of the river passing closer to the town centre. The Pantano de Iznajar is also close to the town.

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Quick information of Badolatosa Andalucía:

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3147 residents

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Schools

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Antequera 45.5km Málaga 85km Granada 136km Sevilla 131km

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93km to Malaga

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Health clinic

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Municipal pool

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Beach 1 h 15 min

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116km to Granada

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Shops, Bars, Restaurants

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Golf nearby

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Bus and train service

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133km to Sevilla

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Badolatosa Andalucía Location

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Local Information

 

Badolatosa coat of Arms Sevilla Andalucia

Ayuntamiento Badolatosa 

 

Av. de Cuba, 32, 41570 Badolatosa, (Sevilla) Telephone: 954-017-064   Web: http://www.badolatosa.es

http://www.badolatosa.es

 

Town Badolatosa Sevilla Andalucia

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Badolatosa Information

The town name of Badolatosa , in Sevilla region, came from the Latin voice Vadus latus (wide ford) placed near Estepa through which Caesar crossed the river after the battle of Munda against Pompey. It seems that it could also come from the voice "Badolatonsa" (Wet Back), from the time of the Arab domination of the peninsula. In this time the town was an orchard, whose produce was used for the maintenance of the surrounding towns. Towards the end of the 1500s the town began to grow around the Church, always placed in the centre of the town. After the Muslim era, Christian King Felipe II gave the town to the Marquis of Estepa.

Badolatosa Street Andalucia Sevilla

At the beginning of the eighteenth century there was in this town as in many other places in Andalusia a phenomenon quite common at that time, el Bandolerismo. A neighbour of the town was one of the most famous bandoleros of that time, his name was José Ruiz Permana, nicknamed "germán". Along with José Mª Hinojosa "El Tempranillo", Juan Caballero and José Ruiz Permana, were the most famous bandoleros of those years. On July 23rd 1832 and through mediation before his Majesty Ferdinand VII a royal pardon was granted to the three bandoleros and their groups (called “partidas”) in the Hermitage of Our Lady of the Fuensanta of Corcoya.

River Badolatosa Sevilla Andalucia

 

Fiestas

Feria de Agosto. In August, the fair is placed in the Plaza de Andalucía, with “casetas” to enjoy the night with family and friends. Cultural and sports events are celebrated during these days.

Festividad de San Plácido.  It is celebrated on the 7th of October each year. Events to honor the Saint patron of the town, San Plácido, takes place in the afternoon and after a Mass, there is a procession through the streets of the town. 

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