• SEVILLAA JEWEL BY NIGHT
  • A STAR BY DAYThe capital of Andalucia
  • REAL SPAIN...steeped in history
  • FULL OF PANACHEcolourful and lively
  • SEVILLANAS Locals who love to party
  • GREAT FOOD...and they will tell you about it
  • TAPAS IN SEVILLE...and far too much wine
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  • KARTING..since 843
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Seville stag weekend

A Seville Stag weekend is for those of a romantic and hedonistic disposition. Seville, or Sevilla is the soul of Andalucia, and for many the capital of the real Spain!  What a jewel of a city for a Seville stag weekend.

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A Seville hen will be irrepressibly lively, full of passion and colour

When it comes to stuff to do, Sevilla is pretty much like playing around in a toy shop for adults.  With its highly folkloric culture, for hundreds of years Seville has been the land of strolling bandoliers,  of Flamenco, Moors, sailors, New World discoverers, beggars, gypsies, Kings and Queens, expulsions, genocide, torture, oh and some rather tasty young ladies working in a fag factory (pace Bizet).

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Never been on a  Seville hen? You’re missing a trick! Heart and soul of the real Spain

Whether you are a fan of Flamenco, of shady patios, stirring guitar music, river cruises and great cocktails. We are sure you will appreciate the laid back Andaluz approach to life.

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With its irrepressibly lively and jocular inhabitants, your Seville hen will be an eye-opener on a weekend trip. Seville’s central barrio de Santa Cruz (Jewish, or was it Arab – or Berber? – quarter) has possible more character and history per sawdusted square foot than any other square mile in Europe.

Discover the best kept secret in Spain for a truly unique weekend. The Seville hen is about to be recognised, we believe, as the place to see and be seen. To sample the local wines and tapas and be welcomed by some rather gallant, old school Spanish caballeros.