Écija is home to many PALACES, such as PEÑAFLOR PALACE (16th-18th century), boasting an impressive façade decorated with fresco paintings; BENAMEJÍ PALACE, site of the town’s history museum, which exhibits important archaeological artefacts, such as the Wounded Amazon and Roman mosaics; VALDEHERMOSO PALACE, with a 16th-century plateresque portal, SANTAELLA PALACE and PALMA HISTORIC MUSEUM HOUSE, with 19th-century furniture and wonderful Mudejar coffered ceilings with interlace patterns.

The town is also home to some wonderful examples of religious architecture, including the 15th-century Gothic-Mudejar SANTIAGO CHURCH, SANTA CRUZ CHURCH, LA CONCEPCIÓN CHURCH, locally known as ‘EL HOSPITALITO’, with its admirable 16th-century coffered ceiling with interlace patterns, SANTA MARÍA CHURCH, erected during the transition between Baroque and Neo classical styles and home to an important archaeological collection; the LOS DESCALZOS CHURCH, an Andalusian Baroque treasure, and SAN JUAN CHURCH, whose Baroque tower is one of the most emblematic in the town.

The archeological site PLAZA DE ARMAS, ALCARZAR IN ECIJA has an incalculable historical value because of turdetani, roman and islamic remains founded.