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Isla Redonda is located in Sevilla Region , Andalucia

This is a small village belonging to Seville province. It is located close to Écija, and in a beautiful location close to the river Genil. Even though it is a small village it has had a place in history since Romans times when Romans came to take control of the river Genil.

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Quick information of Isla Redonda Andalucía:

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329 residents

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Schools

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Antequera 66Km Córdoba 70Km Sevilla 108Km Málaga113Km

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133km to Malaga

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Health clinic

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Municipal pool

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Beach 1 h 20min

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144km 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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100km to Sevilla

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Isla Redonda Andalucía Location

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Local Information

Coat of Arms Ecija Andalucia Sevilla
Ayuntamiento de Isla Redonda
Entidad Local Autonoma - Écija

Calle Las Tomasas s/n. C.P. 41563 Isla Redonda (Sevilla) Telephone: 955-908-512  Web: http://www.islaredonda.es

http://www.islaredonda.es/

 

955908516 

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Isla Redonda Information

Isla Redonda started off as a Cortijo. Today’s Isla Redonda became a village in the middle of the first century, which will prolong its existence at least until the fifth century. Some of these towns and urban centers disappeared during the fifth century, whilst others managed to survive the invading Vandals, Visigoths and Arabs. It is not known exactly what happened to Isla Redonda.

Water wheel Isla Redonda Sevilla Andalucia

Not until later in the fifteenth century Isla Redonda and La Aceñuela became agricultural land, with limits and extensions that are very difficult to specify. The Catholic Monarchs, in July 1496, granted their secretary Francisco de Madrid "aceñas and irrigated lands" in Isla Redonda, this being the first documentary reference preserved on such land.
The process of colonization of the area intensified progressively in the sixteenth century, thanks to the labor coming from the neighboring Bridge of Don Gonzalo (named today as Puente Genil).


In 1751, the Cortijo de Isla Redonda, was owned by the Marquesa de Rivas and then in 1819 it was owned by Alonso Lasoand the Duquesa de Argete. But it was not recognized as a town until the 19th century, when it was recognized as part of the town of Écija.

Church of Isla Redonda, Sevilla Andalucia

Fiestas:

- Romería Virgen de Araceli in mid-May. People from the village meet up in an area known as Mocael to have lunch together with family and friends and spend the day there till evening.

Virgen of Isla Redonda, Saint patron Sevilla Andalucia

- Feria: The end of the Fair always coincides with the first Sunday of September.   During these days, there is a Flamenco Festival, the first one was in 1999. This event is attended by people from nearby towns who come to enjoy this tribute to the art of flamenco. In addition, sports competitions for young people and adults are held to complete the four days.

 

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