Seville has ancient and deep-rooted traditions such as Holy Week, where it is lived with special intensity. It is therefore the main place where you will find traditional handmade religious figures, with a style that makes these pieces unique objects.
Seville offers the visitor an immersive experience, where you can find practically every kind of souvenir to take back home. From the aforementioned handcrafted religious figurines, to high quality Spanish guitars, traditional Spanish textiles, handmade shawls and many other handicrafts that can only be found in this part of the world.
If you are reading these lines but you are still planning your holidays, we remind you that Seville is just a short drive away. If you rent a car in Malaga with us, you can come any day of the week to explore its streets and shops.
In the historic centre of Seville we find different places that work with the brotherhoods of the Holy Week to develop crafts made with gold and silver thread. These places are usually found near churches and convents, as they usually carry out their work on religious festivities.
If you like pottery or tiles, Triana is an interesting place to visit. The typical pottery of Seville is characterised by pieces where blue, yellow and orange predominate.
We also highlight Carmona, Lebrija and Lora del Rio as towns where you will find quality handicrafts. From vases for flowers to containers for storing olives, the traditional "botijos" for drinking water, decorative plates and a long list of others.
You can also find harnesses for horses and carriages in Carmina or Ecija. Villalba del Alcor, Coria del Rio, El Saucejo, Pilas or Puebla del Rio are also known for their tobacco cases and objects related to firearms, such as gun cases or ammunition.
We cannot forget the traditional women's costumes such as the traditional mantles, which will be worn during the celebrations on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.