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'La Isla Minima Cinema Route' has a tourist route that covers scenes from the film.
The success of a film can be used to add value to an area which is not traditionally tourist. This is the case of the Guadalquivir Marshes and the 'Marshmen', which lead to the Seville Council implementing the ' The Marshmen Cinema Route', which has a tourist itinerary that passes through the scenes of the film directed by Alberto Rodriguez.
It's a route that adds value to the landscapes and the locations of the Guadalquivir marshes and its riverside villages where the film was shot, which visitors can now discover by the hand of one of the most relevant films in recent times, as shown by the large turnout, the numerous awards and the critics.
In addition to interesting information and anecdotes about the production, the publication also offers visitors tourism information about the area, such as where to eat, where to stay and what to do to complete their visit to the area.
The 'Marshmen' Cinema Route is part of the 'Great Cinema Route of Andalusia', which the Andalusian Film Commission developed in collaboration with Turismo Andaluz.