Seville is one of the provinces of Andalusia that is bathed by the Guadalquivir River, the most important river in southern Spain. The province of Seville stands out as the rest of Andalusia, for having a great ecological, environmental and cultural wealth of incalculable value. The legacy of centuries of Arab and Roman culture and the wealth brought from America, being a commercial port of the Americas at the beginning of the Modern Age, have left deep mark on it.
Seville enjoys a continental Mediterranean climate with a marked oceanic character, with short, mild winters. Spring and autumn are also mild and summers are hard, long and dry, with temperatures that tend to exceed 40ºC. Ideal conditions for the development of agriculture as they are supplied by the water of the Guadalquivir.