Utrera is a town in the province of Seville and the autonomous community Andalusia. It has an area of 685 km² and a population of around 53,000.
Located between Seville’s rural area and the River Guadalquivir’s reservoirs, Utrera is renowned for its historical importance. It was the cradle of many popular flamenco artists and also offers an exquisite cuisine, being known for its mostachón flat cakes.
The first historic records that show evidence of there being a community in this area date to the Christian Reconquista.