Its origin is located in a Túrdulo village (íberos); they had their settlement in a place known as ‘The Castle’. Out of archaeological remains it is known that the Phoenicians occupied the village, but it was the Greeks who called it Prunna. With the pass of time it loses an ‘n’ and it happens to be called Pruna. Pruna was annexed to the Roman Empire in the first stage of the conquest of the peninsula. In the Muslim era, it was a farmstead or rural village, pertaining to the Kingdom of Taifas of Seville. In 1482 Pruna was sold to Don Rodrigo Ponce de León. Later, it would happen to be given away to the duchy of 16th century Arcos, time in which it was granted the rank of town, and in the 18th century it was passed down to the duchy of Osuna. By sovereign Decree of August 6, 1821, Pruna joins the nation as Constitutional City Council.
- Matanza Fair: an event held at the end of January and with the objective of recovering and showing the processes of the massacres that were carried out in the old villages.
- Descent from Good Friday.
- Pilgrimage of the Pure and Clean, held every first Sunday of May.
- ‘Feria Agroturistica y Ganadera’: Fair held at the beginning of the month of June and with which it is tried to recover the old cattle fair.
- ‘Feria de Agosto’: a big event that takes place in the middle of August.
- Flamenco festival of unconsummated artists. It opens up the August Fair.
- ‘Day of the Emigrant’; with this celebration they honor all those people who due to work have to emigrate from their villages.
Among its typical dishes are the bundle, the country stew, the thistles with sausage and the stew of purslane. The ‘hornazo’ cake is counted as the star recipe of its pastries, which go hand in hand with its famous types of wine, anise and liquors.