This terrace is constructed in a typical Andalusian style, and is located right on the banks of the Guadalquivir. This is a perfect place to spend a summer’s evening or spring afternoon amongst lemon trees and lanterns. Terrace V overlooks the Arenal neighbourhood, and some of Seville´s most famous monuments – the Torre del Oro, and San Telmo Bridge.
This venue opened in 1956, and its jetty soon provided a crucial link between the Triana neighbourhood on the West bank of the Guadalquivir, and Seville itself – particularly useful for visitors to the city´s stunningly ornate former tobacco factory. The terrace would later become a rallying point for the greats of Seville´s flamenco and theatre scenes, including Lola Flores and Rocio Jurado.
Because of this terrace’s capacity and location, it is ideal for cocktail events, flamenco shows, Mediterranean dinners, or as a landing point after a boat trip down the Guadalquivir.