The artisan tradition in Osuna has a great history, as a result of decades of hard work of great masters. Ceramics is still carried out in this town and whose main decorative elements are based on sevillian tiles belonging to the 18th century which are used to decorate courtyards and cloisters of convents and monasteries. Glass work, forging, resin, esparto or cordovan leather works are just a sampling of the mastery of the artisans from Osuna
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The whitewashed and monumental streets of Osuna, together with its warm temperatures throughout the year provide us one of the most perfect settings for tasting its typical food in the open air.
Osuna has a rich gastronomy thanks to its variety. Its best known typical dishes are ardoria, cocido ursaonés, repapalillas de bacalao or guiso de tagarninas, all these plates are doused with olive oil.
Among its confectionery we can highlight its gachas de San Arcadio, las aldeanas and the homemade specialties of the Encarnación, Concepción and San Pedro convents.