The municipality of Sequals is in a high part of the Friulian plain. It has natural borders: the Meduna Torrent to the west, the Cosa Torrent that flows into the Tagliamento River to the east, and small hills to the north.
The history of Sequals and the neighbouring areas was full of battles between the Aquileian Patriarchate and the local lords. After the Republic ended in 1797, there was a period when the French ruled, and then the Austrians.
In Sequals, a place with skilled mosaic craftsmen, is Villa Carnera. This villa was the home of Primo Carnera, a famous heavyweight boxing champion in the 1930s. They called him the 'Good Giant' and he became a symbol of the town over time.