The starting point for the tour is the Museum and reception centre where the visitor can take in an introductory audio visual projection, and admire some of the most important pieces found in the excavations by Bonsor, or, from the Mirador and terrace, contemplate the position of the city of Carmona, the Vía Augusta, the funerary spaces and the amphitheatre.
The tour through the necropolis can begin with the funerary buildings closest to the reception centre, such as the round Mausoleum, with its vaulted underground chamber and its entrance, in the shape of a well, whose upper structure still shows signs of ashlars. Following on is the odd Tumba del Elefante (Elephant Tomb). It is related with oriental rituals, evident in the appearance of the zoomorphic sculpture from which it takes its name and representations of Attis and Cybeles.
In the opposite direction, following the restored path, we reach the Tumba de los Cuatro Departamentos (Tomb of the Four Departments) with its low vault and lines of benches. After this is the Tumba de las Guirnaldas (Tomb of the Garlands), currently not open to the public. Still conserved here are painting remains with this motif (recently restored), as well as its ustrinum next to the access pit. The deceased would be cremated in the ustrinum, their ashes placed in urns and these positioned in the niches.
A key point of the tour is the impressive Tomb of Servilia. Standing out in this tomb are the interestingly distributed funerary spaces and its carefully sculptured and painted decoration. Further on, in an area which is not currently open, are the square Mausoleum, the Tumba de las Cuatro Columnas (Tomb of the Four Columns) with a patio lobby, surrounded by pillars and a large central oculus (rounding opening). The round Mausolea are located at the south-west end.
Retracing our steps from the Tomb of Servilia, we reach the Tumba de Postumio (Tomb of Postumius), where the ash niches can be found together with a burial. It also contains the ustrinum (funerary pyre), an altar and remains of recently restored decorative paintwork.