Casa de Salinas is one of the most beautiful houses of Seville (Andalusia, Spain). Casa Palacio Salinas was built in the sixteenth century in the magical district of Santa Cruz. Its facade goes unnoticed on Mateos Gago street. However, its interior hides treasures you would not expect to find.
It was home to some wealthy merchants until it went to the Salinas in the early twentieth century. This aristocratic family restored it to make it look as splendid as it looks today. The owners live upstairs, while the ground floor is open to the public and conferences and events are held there. Casa de Salinas is also known for its jamones, thanks to its Ibéricos de Bellota Casa de Salinas brand.
The patio is one of the first treasures that you will discover when going into the house. Surrounded by marble columns with arches, tiled floors and a central fountain, it is such a beautiful image that it will never be erased from your memory.
The whole area that can be visited by tourists is an outstanding beauty. Tiles and Moorish style stand out in different rooms. Floors decorated with Roman mosaics in the Patio del Mosaico are very remarkable.
Do not think twice about visiting this hidden gem in Seville. We assure you that Casa de Salinas will pleasingly surprise you.
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The opening hours are from Monday to Friday including holidays from 10:00 AM to 18:00 PM in winter time, and from 10:00 AM to 14:00 PM in summer time.
No, admission costs 8€ per person and 4€ for children under 11 years old.