A new villa in a Unesco-protected village near Seville

Casa Santa Maria offers richly hued interiors and an exceptional private chef

The lounge at Casa Santa Maria in the village of Carmona, Andalucia
The lounge at Casa Santa Maria in the village of Carmona, Andalucia | Image: Manuel Zublena

If a late-season escape to warmer climes is in order, villa master Cedric Reversade (www.uniquepropertiesandevents.com) is the person to call, having acquired a small raft of new properties over the summer. Andalucia’s Casa Santa Maria (price on request; sleeps eight), in the Unesco-protected village of Carmona, outside Seville, is particularly appealing – as much for the immersive tour Reversade offers of the region’s history, from Imperial Rome to Baroque Spain, as for the villa’s exquisite richly hued interiors (or its chef, who bakes delectable pastries at all hours of the day).

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