Find your perfect Luxury Villas in Sevilla to rent for your Holidays

Welcome! In MMR we provide the ultimate experience in Luxury Villas in Sevilla to Rent with 5 star hotel-like services.


We offer a selected range of unique luxury villas in Marbella, Costa del Sol, Puerto Banús,  Sierra Blanca, Sotogrande and Ronda. The most exclusive locations in order to fulfill the most demanding needs.


 MMR is a fully integrated luxury hospitality and guest orientated company with 20 years of expertise and direct contact with the owners, not using any third party in between, so you can rest easy knowing you’re enjoying the most competitive nightly rates, and provide an immediate response to any issue from a experienced hospitality team.


Every guest is appointed with a Guest Experience Manager who will great the guest upon arrival and will be available 24h during your whole stay.


Take a look at our luxury villas to rent in Sevilla and our unlimited services:

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Ronda Mountain Resort

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800 m²

This beautiful 7-bedroom Andalusian country estate is nestled amongst the rolling hills of Ronda against the stunning backdrop of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range.

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Hacienda Montellano

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1200 m²

Hacienda Montellano lies rolling countryside, a patchwork quilt of olive groves, the location ideal for outdoor activities including horse-riding , paragliding and cycling.

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Hacienda Bodeguera

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1200 m²

Once you enter the security close-gated, you’ll feel like you’re in your own private wine land in Tuscany. Everything is strangely poetic, dreamlike, almost supernatural.

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Seville, the city that will seduce you from the first minute

Welcome to one of the most charming cities of Spain. Seville, or Sevilla in Spanish, is the capital city of Andalusia, what is to say the capital in the south of Spain. Seville lies on the left bank of the Guadalquilvir River; which is the oldest part of the city, the most irregularly planned but beautiful with narrow streets decorated in Moorish style, about 87Km north of the Atlantic Ocean and about 550Km southwest of Madrid. With over 700.000 inhabitants, Seville is one of the largest cities in Spain and worldwide for its friendly people, culture, monuments, traditions and artistic heritage.

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Have you ever heard about flamenco, tapas and toros? Seville is the birthplace of this incredible and influenced tradition that as crossed frontiers over years. Get delighted with the soft aroma of jasmine and orange blossom, and enjoy this wonderful city all year long.

All this along with the rich cultural heritage and the natural unique setting, in which probably the most characteristic post card image of the old quarter is that of the narrow Arabian Andalusian style streets with their white-washed façades, flower pots filling their colorful balconies combined with the classy aroma of orange trees and geraniums planted in every corner.

As a Destination Management Company we offer full solutions from the beginning to end for your holidays in Marbella, offering you the best service of the market and total solutions to delight you with the best experience of a lifetime.

In Marbella Mountain Resort we have direct contact with property owners, managing of the full operation of the property under an exclusivity agreement not using any third party in between. Therefore you can rest easy knowing you’re enjoying the most competitive nightly rates, and provide an immediate response to any issue.

Surroundings of your Luxury Villa in Sevilla to rent

Where charm, culture, traditions, awe-inspiring gardens and plazas, amazing food, friendly people, privileged climate, high class luxury holiday villas, make from Seville a top destination beyond others.

We have created this Full guide with selected plans and locations for your convenience: In Seville, both style and personality greatly matters.


Traditions matters

Seville’s rich history has left the city stuffed with innumerable monuments like the awesome cathedral which is  the third largest in the world, and the Giralda tower and many other symbolic pieces such as the wonderful palace of the Reales Alcázares, the magical Barrio of Santa Cruz with its narrow streets, the Maestranza bullfighting ring and the passion for Flamenco an the perfume of orange blossoms on every corner.


Cathedral and La Giralda

This immense cathedral is awe-inspiring and an endureng emblem for Seville and is like a little world on its own.

With 80 different chapels and being the world’s largest Gothic cathedral, more than 500 years ago now remains of what had previously been the city’s main mosque.

The Giralda bell tower with is the catedral minaret of the mosque built in the 12th century by Almohad Moorish rulers.

This 93-meter-high tower is awe-inspiring and curious about as instead of a stairway that leads you to the top there are 34 ramps which is pretty unusual. But once you get to the top, the view is better than you could hope for.


Real Alcázar

This amazing palace complex UNESCO-listed was developed by Pedro the Cruel during the 14th-century and it really is a breathtaking spectacle. Nowadays its still in use by the Spanish royal family: their chambers, state rooms and halls are on the upper level and can be viewed if you pay a little extra.

Walk around its beautiful courtyard and surround yourself in the lush greenery of the sprawling gardens.


Barrio de Santa Cruz

Located between the  cathedral and the Alcazar of Seville, the Barrio de Santa Cruz is one of the most charming neighborhoods to explore in Seville.

This old-fashioned charmed area, used to be  the Jewish quarter during the medieval era under Moorish rule.

Characterized by its labyrinth of cobblestone pedestrian lanes (too narrow for cars), houses with attractive patios, and picturesque plazas and outdoor cafés.


Plaza de España & Maria Luisa Park

The palace in Plaza de España contains many of the city’s administrative buildings, but the reason to visit is to walk beneath the gallery.

Using typical Sevillian azulejos (colourful painted tiles) these displays showcase details like the local food and famous monuments in each part of the country.

This colossal monument was built in 1929 for the Seville’s hosting of the Ibero-American Exposition in the Maria Luisa Park, which is one of Seville’s most impressive landmarks because of its scale and grandeur, the largest green space ad botanical garden in central Seville.

A monumental fountain is a graceful centerpiece of the square, while the peaceful canal is crossed by four footbridges. Tourists can rent a rowboat for the afternoon to experience the “Venice of Seville” or opt for an equally romantic horse-drawn carriage ride through the park.

Simply one of those parks with a pleasant surprise down every path, from ornamental ponds, pavilions, sculptures or tiled fountains surrounded with beautiful tall palm trees, flowers, greenery stitching along the banks of the Guadalquivir river.



The Triana neighborhood is located at the  left bank of the Guadalquivir, on the opposite the old quarter and its with any doubt and of the city’s most distinctive attractions.

The main way in is via the Isabel Bridge close to the bullfighting arena. This area is strongly associated with Sevillana culture, painted ceramics, “tablaos” and flamenco, holding one of the most photographed statues in the city of a flamenco dancer.


Tablaos, flamenco and bull-ring

All year long there are flamenco shows happening across the city on any evening. A tablao is a good way to watch a show, with live musicians and either a bar or restaurant service in the most local and authentically way.

Moreover, Seville’s Real Maesranza bullring is one of the most important ones in the country. It’s construction began in 1761 and was completed 120 years after. The most attractive emblem is the Prince’s Gate which is the main entrance to the plaza, work of Pedro Roldan. The Maestranza’s excellent museum if you are interested in exploring the history of bullfighting.



As the center of Andalusian culture and history, Seville also presents housed in buildings that represent the culture and beauty of the lives of Andalusian ancestors as well as those that represent difficult moments in history, these must-see museums will be integral parts of your adventures throughout the culture rich city of Seville.

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With was also build for the Ibero-American Exposition, collects the most important artifacts and jewelry from the archaeological sites around the Seville Province.

icon add white icon less white The museum of Arts and Traditions:

Where you will discover everyday items from throughout Seville’s history including ceramics, historic trades as tile-making, metalwork, lacework, barrel-making…

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Amazing expositions in order to see all kind of paintings and sculptures from the Sevillana School.



Sevilla is known for its celebrations and festivals. One of the most famous of these occurs during Semana Santa, or Holy Week, the seven days leading up to Easter.

The festival features colourful processions of floats, depicting religious scenes and carried by cofradías (brotherhoods) from their churches to the Cathedral of Santa Maria.

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Seville’s legendary five-day event takes place, beginning on the Tuesday and wrapping up with fireworks on the Sunday, and is one of the Andalusia’s biggest fairs “feria”. During the Fair people will eat, drink and dance traditional Sevillanas until dawn. Although the vast majority of the marquees are private and require an invitation for entry, there are several public casetas which are just as much fun. The scene of thousand tends and people in traditional costumes will knock you off your feet. The women will wear the “traje de gitano”, typical polka dot flamenco dresses, while many men will wear the short waistcoats and wide-brimmed hats. If you’re planning a visit to Seville in spring, make sure you plan it to coincide with this fair!

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The Holy Week processions in Seville are Spain’s most famous. From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday sombre penitents will march through the streets wearing sandals, robes and those slightly eerie pointed hoods. These groups belong to brotherhoods attached to churches across the city and will carry large and very decorative floats portraying passion scenes and weeping Virgins. Everything builds up to Maundy Thursday, when the city’s central plazas put up grandstand seating and women attending even dress in black. On this night the processions make their steady way around the centre until the morning.



Have you ever heard about “tapas“? A tapa is a typical Spanish appetizer that translates to small portion of any kind of Spanish cuisine. They are delicious and Sevilla is very well know for them.

Tradition about it is to spend an evening from bar to bar trying the special tapas of each bar. This can be “patatas bravas”, “chipirones”, “queso manchego”,”croquetas”, “jamón”, “gambas al ajillo” and much more.

Enjoy terraces, friendly environment, happy people and tasty tapas for a nice evening in Seville. Some of our top recommendations are:

Here a few restaurants you should try during your unforgettable holidays in Andalucia.

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Situated in the popular Plaza de la Encarnación is Los Alcazares, one of the best tapas joints in central Seville. A small and simple bar with an outside terrace from where you can just seat and enjoy the busy plaza while sipping on a cold beer.

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Enjoy sweet wines and tapas in this local institution. The best times to head to La Bodega for some tapas and a glass of the signature manzanilla (old barrels are scattered around the place) is from 2 to 9pm.

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This is one of the bests taverns in the central Seville and is a great place to start your exploration of the romantic, intriguing neighbourhood of Santa Cruz that also holds the Romeo and Julie Balcony.

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one of the best places in Alameda de Hercules, the trendiest and vey popular nightspot, the perfect place to have some high-class tapas places in town. Enjoy a wonderful dinner in it’s romantic first floor terrace overlooking the Alameda and have a last drink in their exclusive rooftop with just a few tables that guarantee privacy to its guests.

icon add white icon less white Cabañota Restaurant:

Cabañota is a fish from the shark family. As its own name evokes, its a new concept restaurant that bases its cuisine in Mediterranean and moreover spanish dishes and best quality seafood. Original and out of the box decoration and style along with a kitchen in sight behind the bar and a grill on the middle area that pleasantly aromatize the space will ensure a true culinary experience from the very beginning.



Selection of the Best Restaurants in Seville

Where tradition, charm, stylish restaurants, selected gastronomy comes together:

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Bests restaurants Seville

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terrace and gazebo with panoramic views to the city of Sevilla; a dining with beautiful views to Triana bridge and Guadalquivir river and a cellar with direct access to the piar. This are the options that this restaurant will offer you to enjoy a truly culinary experience. Here you will find the marine essence of what was and still is Seville.

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This unique space right in the city center with direct access to Puerta de Jerez, ENA is ideal to taste dishes to share, tapas, cocktails and wines. Catalan and andalusian fusion cuisine, in a luxurious but at the same time informal and classic environment to have a quick and delicious bite.

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This restaurant has become one of the pioneers of the fusion gastrotapa in Sevilla. Its cuisine mixes Basque and Mediterranean influences including Thai touches to its cuisine. The result of it? A refined cuisine. Zelai serves innovative tapas in an elegant restaurant with original architectural elements that transmit modernity and charm.

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An oasis of modernity with the casual and fun atmosphere in the traditional city of Seville. The perfect place for people the twant to have a good time with some delicious tapas.

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Well known as a refugee in the city, Oriza is a calm restaurant, where you will feel recharged and rejuvenated. With and elegant design, large windows that allow bright spaces, white linen, the comfort of its seats, background music and tasty food, makes from Oriza the perfect oasis in Seville.

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