Today in Santa Clara, a farmhouse that continues in the family of the Counts of Gálvez, combines the taste of yesterday with the advances of today ... as the intensive Aquaculture crops with respect to the environment, non polluting, without fertilizers and its system of water saving, without water expense; together with the use of solar energy, including two points of self-loading of electric vehicles.
Santa Clara has not lost its essence nor the lordship that it shares with Carmona, municipality in which it is located and to which Felipe IV granted to the town the title of "City" in 1.630.
Its unique gastronomy coupled with the affability of its people brings light to its festivals: especially during Holy Week where Andalucia's oldest statue of Christ is carried in procession through its narrow, cobbled streets.
'La Vega de Carmona' is a Unesco Heritage Landscape and its vast fertile plain was once the bread basket of Imperial Rome.
Santa clara is a working farm where wheat, sunflowers, olive trees, fruit trees ... and where the tranquility of the countryside in its evenings and nights is ideal for those who want to know the countryside and enjoy their rest. You will see tractors, tour its workshop, blacksmithing, bakery, silos and drying machines and seed treatment, a unique experience in the most important and well known Cortijo of the region. Maintained in its essence and adapted to the comforts of the times, they make Santa Clara a unique experience, different and worthy of telling and repeating. We wait for you.