Province of Seville

The Seville (Spanish Provincia de Sevilla) is one of the eight provinces of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia in southern Spain.

Geographical Location

The Seville is bordered by the provinces of Málaga, Cádiz, Huelva, Badajoz ( Extremadura ) and Córdoba. The provincial capital is Seville, at the same time it is also the capital of Andalusia. In the city of Seville is 40 % of the population of the province.

Seville is located in the Betic Plain, which is traversed by the river Guadalquivir from the north to the southwest. Its mouth in the Atlantic Ocean forms a wide plain surrounded by mountain terraces. Together with the province of Huelva Sevilla tells where the National Park Coto de Doñana.

Other major rivers in the region are tributaries of the Guadalquivir, namely the Genil, the Guadaira and Viar.

In the north of the province bordering a series of mountain ranges that belong to the Sierra Morena.

Population Development

Biggest Towns

(As of 1 January 2013)


The climate is Mediterranean, which is nevertheless influenced by the proximity of the Atlantic Ocean from this.