In the summer Lora del Río takes its beauty from the groves along the River guadalquivir fill with stands where you can buy food and drink.

HEre you can try the snails with mint, wild asparagus to your taste, or typical gachas con coscurros. If you go in January, of course you won’t go hungry either. In the municipal booth a festival is held in which homemade migas play the starring role.

More than 1,500 kilograms will be divided among the attendees. When September arrives, the lead role passes to the Virgen de Sterfilla and her pilgrimage to the hermitage a couple of leagues from the locality which has been declared of National tourist Interest in Andalusia. Days later this village turns into a medieval market with minstrels and craftsmen.