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Enclave Arqueologico de Carteia, San Roque
(4.7/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Well worth a visit if you're into this sort of thing. It's a tragedy that the skyline and environment are dominated by the modern world. If you want a more complete picture of the site, you have to vi...  more »
  • Not is necessary be a scholar of the history, even an amateur, because the personal that is to the charge of the joint archaeological is deserves an outstanding or more if fits as is concerned of that which them visited us bring an idea general of what there existed, without more pretensions... They should schedule regular schoolchildren in the area's visits to extend gradually the awareness towards this type of sites... In addition to the extensive Roman remains, you can see a Tower s 16th Watcher and a bunker of the 1940s on the inside... Visit more than recommended.
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  • It is a pity that because of the refinery, the Roman ruins of Carteia have been lost. They are very poorly preserved very neglected.
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