The province of Seville has a wide network of roads and is well connected to other provinces of Andalusia and Spain.
National Road N-IV
Known as Road of Andalusia, it has a section which links Dos Hermanas with Jerez de la Frontera in the south and Cordoba in the north.
Autopista del Quinto Centenario (A-49)
This highway links Seville with Huelva and Portugal, being the main access road to this country in the south of the peninsula.
Autopista del Sur (AP-4)
The toll motorway linking Seville and Cadiz is known as "Highway of Cadiz" or "Highway of Seville" in the two provinces. The free option would be the N-IV road that leads to the airport of Jerez.
The part that connects Seville with Cordoba and Madrid is the southern motorway.
Autovia del Sur (A-4)
This highway connects Seville with Madrid via Cordoba.
This highway which has not yet been built will connect Seville with Portugal.
Autovia Ruta de la Plata (A-66, E-803)
This highway takes the name of an ancient Roman road linking Merica and Astorga. This highway links Seville and Asturias in northern Spain.
This highway links Seville and Almeria through Antequera and Granada.
National road N-339 with access to the airport
The access to Seville airport is through the national road N-339 which connects the Southern Highway to the airport.
National Road N-431
Road linking Seville and Portugal, across Huelva on the coast.