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.