Legado Oromana
Av.de Portugal s/n
41500 Alcalá de Guadaira (Sevilla)
T (+34) 955 686 400

Legado Oromana

Av.de Portugal s/n 41500 Alcalá de Guadaira • Seville (Spain)
T (+34) 955 686 400



Located just 20 minutes from Seville, the capital of Andalusia and the center of the region, Legado Oromana Hotel has an exceptional location in the natural setting of the Pine forest of Oromana, standing as a reference for relaxation and nature and eco tourism. Just a few minutes from the industrial area in Alcalá de Guadaira.

Maximum comfort, relaxed atmosphere and the best value for money for a dream stay that meets the expectations of our guests, whether your travel is for professional, personal or family reasons.

An excellent place to do sports

You can do outdoor sports, using the network of rural roads that go by at the river surroundings or at San Juan open air pavilion.

From the Legado Oromana Hotel, our clients start the morning practicing running, cycling, trekking … Routes up to 55 kms. along the Guadaíra River, the Pines forest, the Oromana Park and along paths through the Vega de Alcalá and its farms.

Choose the difficulty and the time you want to run and enjoy these unique landscapes, return to your room for a good shower and now you´re ready to have a perfect day!

We propose you these routes previously done by our guests. Remember that you must inform yourself about the difficulty of each one before starting and please ask at the reception for the expected weather for the day of your route.

The Vega from the South of Alcala to the Armada farm, 6km from Utrera (Running, trekking)
Technical difficulty: difficult
Kms: 21
Coordinates: 1151

Dragon Route to the Pablo Olavide University (Mountain Bike)
Technical difficulty: moderate
Kms: 25
Coordinates: 909

Parques de Alcalá Route, down the Guadaira river to the Dragon Bridge  (Running, trekking)
Technical difficulty: moderate
Kms: 11
Coordinates: 935

Pine forest Route to the Maestre farm  (Running, trekking)
Technical difficulty: moderate
Kms: 8
Coordinates: 3589

The Alcalá Baker´s Route to the Tinajas Houses and the Maestre farm  (Running, trekking)
Technical difficulty: difficult
Coordinates: 1027

Alcalá to Seville East Route (Mountain Bike)
Take special care in the Roundabouts of Torreblanca and Decathlon Alcalá
Technical difficulty: moderate
Kms: 31
Coordinates: 254

Remember: A farm in Andalusia is called “Cortijo”

A Walk trough the Flour Mills

The starting point will be the Legado Oromana Hotel. From here, we will head toward the children’s playground. Next to it we will find the road of get down to the river, where we will take the first entrance to the right, going downstairs.

Our first stop will be the Benarosa Mill that is in the right bank of the river. Further on and at the same side there is the San Juan Mill.

Going back to the left bank we will get to the Oromana Mill that is close to a natural fountain, at present turned into viewpoint.

Keeping straight ahead by the left bank of the river and leaving behind the footbridge we get to the Algarrobo Mill, from which we see, right opposite of us, the remains of the La Caja Mill.

The road bifurcates, one path goes up and the other one goes straight ahead. If we go up, we arrive to the San Roque Hermitage.

We go back on our track and continue ahead on getting to La Tapada Mill coming into the zone known as El Bosque (The Forest). If we keep ahead we will get to [King] Carlos III Bridge.

If we go across it and turn to the right we find the San Francisco Park, where we can enjoy in a leisure place the well-deserved rest after having finished our route.


Isla Mágica is a theme park located in Seville, based in the discovery of America and opened in 1997. It was built over some facilities of the Universal Exhibition of 1992. The park has 6 themed areas and an aquatic one named Aqua Magica. At the time of its opening, it was the first theme park located inside a city around the world, they are usually located away from the urban centers.

The Aqua Magica area, inaugurated in 2014, contains an artificial beach, waves pool, slides, family and children’s swimming pools, children’s slides and a slow river. In 2017 a swimming pool with zip lines was added, also a kids area and a relax area too.

Provincia de Sevilla

Alcalá is situated on an elevated area named Los Alcores.

This area includes the towns of Carmona, El Viso del Alcor, Mairena del Alcor and Alcalá de Guadaíra.

The Alcores are a tertiary formation with a triangular structure that runs from the northeast to the southwest, between the towns of Carmona and Alcalá de Guadaira, reaching in Carmona its maximum elevation (257 meters) and the smaller width (2 km).

The natural vegetation of Los Alcores, oaks, wild olives and bushes, has been replaced by citrus, olive trees and intensive labor crops, and also by grasslands for the feeding of the cattle.

The different geological layers that compose Los Alcores are an important source of raw materials. At the base of this formation there are blue and gray marls that have been used traditionally for the manufacture of adobes and in pottery.

Provincia de Sevilla

Located in the south of Seville.

Morón de la Frontera is the eleventh municipality of the province by its population and the seventh largest one. Bordered on the north by Marchena and Arahal, on the east by La Puebla de Cazalla, on the west by Arahal and on the south by Montellano, Coripe and Pruna as well as with Cádiz .

The origins of the city go back to prehistory, with the development of the first human settlements around the mountain where today you can find a 13th century castle. The historic center stands for narrow, winding and steep streets, while the new neighborhoods are plain located to the west and northwest of the city. Part of the architectural heritage of Morón de la Frontera is declared of cultural interest, with the category of historical-artistic. It has a great cathedral that was built triying to copy the cathedral of Seville.

The economic activity of Morón is based on the sectors of construction, olive oil, cereals, vegetable preserves, the extraction of calcium oxide and tourism.

UNESCO has declared the “Cal de Moron” (extraction of calcium oxide) Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.


This wonder is the largest gothic cathedral in the world and the third largest Christian church in Europe.

In 1987, it was awarded the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO, along with the General Archives of the Indies and the Reales Alcázares, and on 25th July 2010, declared to be of Outstanding Universal Value. Built over the ruins of a 15th Century mosque, whose Minaret is now known as the Giralda Tower, it houses unique treasures, relics and the remains of Christopher Columbus.


Located in the heart of Seville, the Real Alcázar of Seville, which was built in the Middle Ages, is the oldest Royal Palace that is still in use in Europe. A unique landmark, composed of several Moorish style palaces and dreamlike gardens, surrounded by a majestic stone wall.

The fortress built by Abd Al Raman III, is formed of exquisitely decorated rooms with plasterwork, tiled and coffered ceilings, which combine with the splendid gardens and water, to create a truly unforgettable setting.

The Palace of the Maidens stands out for its beautiful tiles, or the Patio de las Muñecas, which has an interesting collection of columns with decorative capitals.


Is the most famous park in the city and one of its green lungs. In 1983 it was declared of Cultural Interest in the Historical Garden category, and is home to the Plaza de España and Plaza de America, built for the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929. It has more recently been used as a location in the Star Wars movie: Episode II: Attack of the Clones, by George Lucas.


Such is the magnetism of the Santa Cruz neighborhood that even the American writer Washington Irving (1783-1859) stayed in the area before setting off to Granada to write his Tales of the Alhambra. The Santa Cruz quarter was the former Jewish quarter of the medieval city and its narrow intertwining streets and little squares are a beautiful reminder of bygone days.


One of the most iconic neighborhoods in Seville, situated on the other side of the Guadalquivir river. It is linked to the city centre by the Isabel II bridge, and has been the birth place of many important artists in Southern Spain. Nowadays, it is a lively area with many bars and terraces, perfect for strolling down its streets and discovering the roots of Andalusian culture.


In 1785 King Charles III decreed that all of the General documents concerning the administration of the Spanish colonies were to be kept here. Until then they had been kept in various archives: Simancas, Cadiz and Seville.

The archive preserves about 43,000 files, with about 80 million pages and 8,000 maps and drawings referring to the discovery of America. Declared Patrimony of Humanity by Unesco in 1987, it is located next to the Cathedral and the Reales Alcázares.


Live Seville and its gastronomy, and discover the world of flamenco. Enjoy the dancing and singing with real professionals.


Seville is the ideal location from which you can visit the rest of Andalusia.

Cordoba. Take the A-4 motorway towards Seville Airport. 135kms

Málaga or Granada. Take the A-92 Motorway. 200kms.

Ronda. Take the A-376 direction Utrera, follow the A-375 and 45kms follow the instructions. 137kms

Cadiz or Jerez de la Frontera. Take the E-5 motorway to Paseo de las Delicias. 120kms


Mushrooms of Seville , also known as Metropol Parasol architect Jürgen Mayer project is the wooden structure of the world’s largest and construction was carried out with the aim of renewing the Plaza de la Encarnación in Seville, in the autonomous community of Andalusia (Spain).

Since opening the Mirador de Sevilla Mushrooms , it has become a major tourist attraction in the city of Sevilla and a must see for tourists. Because there is no better way to enjoy Seville from the heights with a panoramic vision to enjoy its beauty and breathe.

It’s the ideal place to enjoy beautiful sunsets, relax and take pictures with magnificent views.