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Closed on Monday, the day we were in Tarifa so we did not get to go inside, but there is a board walk along the edge of the site that is accessible to the beach. We walked down to the dune and then on the...More
If you are around and even a bit interested in history, this place is a must. It is an ancient Roman city, now in ruins of course. There is a nice exhibition which gives you the idea of how the city was like and explains...More
This superb early Roman city is very well preserved in relation to other cities whch have been built over. It has everything, the forum, the ships, the great Roman highway and city gates, columns, the magnificent amphitheatre, the saltng pits near the beach, temples, necropolis,...More
So 2000 thousand years ago the Romans built this amazing city and what remains today includes a viaduct, amphitheatre, columns, bathing rooms and cistern etc.
The shop was the big disappointment- no fridge magnet to remember the ruins and beautiful location! Oh and it’s free...More
We have stayed many night in Playa Bolonia but have never visited here before , we were impressed by the exhibition which explained some of the history of Balena, it was amazing to be allowed to wander around the excavations and try to imagine what...More
Access to the site is now through a modern looking museum that does not blend in with its surroundings at all. Despite the forbidding exterior the information within is very good. A reconstruction of the city from excavations and geophysical surveys demonstrates the forethought that...More
What a wonderful place, Roman village where you can really make out the hole layout of the town without having any modern buildings in the way.
We have visited the Roman ruins at Cartagena, italica, Merida, Cadiz and they are all superb but there you...More
Anyone in the region shiuld make the trip here. Not only does it showcase a part of the rich Roman history (Southern) Spain has, but the ruins are well excavated and accompanied by helpful and accessible information. The permanent exhibit is interesting as well. One...More
Stunning sea views. And smack bang in the middle are these ancient Roman views.
There's that slight awestruck feeling as you stand before history that happened 1900 years ago.
Thise Romans knew how to live eh.