Intimate, historic and deep, the Plaza de Santa Marta is articulated around the typical Sevillian houses, with a cruise in its center from the sixteenth century.As you will see, this square is an almost obligatory stop on your visit to Seville, although if you let yourself get carried away walking through its streets, you will surely find this magical place. Want to know more about the Plaza de Santa Marta in Seville? Today in OWAY we take you on a tour and tell you some curiosities of this nook that is sheltered by the Cathedral itself. Don’t miss it.
With a cypress tree as a guardian, the Plaza de Santa Marta is located next to the convent of the Encarnación, in the heart of Seville,The Plaza de Santa Marta takes its name from the old hospital of Santa Marta, founded in 1385, which existed next to the convent.