The province of Seville lies in southern Spain in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The wider part of the province is often overshadowed by the province's capital, also named Seville, but the province is well worth exploring while on holiday in Seville accommodation. Seville has lots of history behind it as it was an important cultural centre for Muslim Spain and therefore has many different areas full of beautiful buildings. Some of the finest architecture can be found in the east of the province in the quaint towns of Carmona and Ecija for example. You first enter the town of Carmona through the town's gates, Puerto de Sevilla; this leads to the historical centre where you can find a 15th century tower which imitates the one in Seville city, The Giralda. The town also has sweet narrow lanes to walk down and Mudejar churches to admire, before heading to the food market to buy local produce ready to cook in Seville holiday apartments.
Seville accommodation is obviously a great option for exploring the city itself though and in the centre you'll find Moorish buildings, churches and monuments to admire. The night life is also booming in the centre and there's a range of great tapas bars for those who prefer to eat out and experience the local culture. For history buffs, there's a great place to check out close to Seville holiday apartments; the ruins of Italica. It was an important settlement during the Roman Empire and you can still see the remains of mosaics and a huge amphitheatre. Holiday apartments Seville provide a perfect base to travel from too as the province borders with the other Andalusian provinces of Malaga, Cadiz and Cordoba.