Whether you are staying in our rural accommodation or you just want to come and spend the day, you have our Restaurant, with capacity for 350 diners, at your disposal.

It is built of stone and wood and it is completely integrated into its natural surroundings, on the slopes of El Peñón de Algámitas, the highest peak in the province of Seville.

It has a magnificent terrace with views of Sierra Sur mountains of Seville, a function room with a capacity for 252 people, as well as a conference room.



Our staff will welcome here you when you arrive at Algámitas Aventura. We will assist you the best we can and we will inform you about everything you can do in our rural complex.
Moreover, next to the reception there is a small shop where you can buy the basic products that any camper may need. Next to the reception, the switchboard telephone number 95 585 53 00 is also located.

Sport Activities


Do you prefer a relaxed or an adventurous holidays? In our rural complex you can enjoy both options, since we offer mountain sport activities that will delight the most adventurous ones.

There are also a number of hiking routes that you can also do on horseback. You can also enjoy sports such as climbing, abseiling and archery. In addition, there is a zip line, a Tibetan bridge, a climbing wall,… You will have no excuse to release tension doing the most fun activities in an incomparable natural setting.

Swimming pool


We managed to convert a water treatment plant into the magnificent swimming pool that all visitors who visit Algámitas Aventura enjoy. Its characteristics make it unique and make it the best place to enjoy your plans in Seville.

Don't miss the views of Sierra Sur! There is no better way to take a bath and feel totally integrated in nature.


We are located on the slopes of El Peñón de Algámitas, at an altitude of 1,130 metres above sea level.

Algámitas is a small town in the province of Seville situated on the border with the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga, about 100 kilometres away from Seville. The richness and variety of its natural environment make it an exceptional setting.

Its origins, next to the river Corbones, date back to the time of the Phoenician expansion throughout the Guadalquivir valley, as both Sierra El Tablón and Peñón El Terril are visible from the sea. It is believed to have served as a strategic location with an unbeatable perspective.