Nearly 100 meters high, Gilardata is the landmark of Seville. It can be seen anywhere in the city. Its Islamic style is due to the fact that it is presided over by the Amoad family, who are Islamists. There are 28 big bells on the top of the tower, which can tell the time with beautiful timbre. The tower can be climbed by a ramp that used to be bypassed by the king on horseback, and a panoramic view of the city of Seville can be enjoyed. There are many carriages in the back streets of the church actively visiting tourists.