Sanlúcar de Barrameda

The mouth of the Guadalquivir at Sanlúcar.
And at night.
The central square of Sanlúcar with many restaurants.
The beach of Sanlúcar.

The historical heritage of Sanlúcar is to a large extend defined by its relations to America. From here Columbus started his second voyage to America. Many buildings are from this period, like the Iglesia de Santo Domingo (16th c.) or the Iglesia de la Merced (17th c.). Older is the Iglesia de Ntra. Sra. de la O (14th c.) with a panelled ceiling in the Mudéjar style, the Castillo de Santiago (15th c.), which protected the mouth of the Guadalquivir against pirate attacks, or the palace of the dukes of Medina Sidonia (15th c.), whose dominion Sanlúcar belonged to.

Sanlucar Ac - 1 km

Area de Las Palmeras - 3 km

Area de Las Piletas - 3 km

Puerto de Chipiona - 5 km

Playa Aguadulce - 11 km