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Wow !!! What a hidden gem !!! If you like history this is a must see in my opinion. Located by the Los Boliches train station next to the Jazzy Bar. It's free to look around. My only concern was that if this were in...More
Little off the beaten track, but has a little bar/restaurant beside it "Jazzy Bar"
Lovely to walk around & see the old sites. then sit in Jazzy Bar & enjoy a cold drink with some bread & hummus.
We went in late afternoon & were...More
This was our first visit here. What a nice discovery! It is a nice walk from Los Boliches Beach to this historic site. It is in a great area with beautiful flowering, tree-lined streets and bushes. The site itself is very beautiful and very peaceful....More
We have driven past this location on both sides without realising this interesting and free bit of free Roman history is there. The remains are of a baths, kiln and a Salt Fish factory. Good self guide route with boards in English and Spanish. Nice...More
We didn't know what to expect when we sought out these Roman remains of private baths, alongside those of a pottery workshop and garam production. There isn't too much left as a main road was built over the top of the villa which was probably...More
My family (my spouse and I and our two young adult children) were walking around Fuengirola and saw the Roman ruins among the list on here. It was quite a walk since the site lies well to the north of the center of town. The...More
An unexpected surprise as we went by on the train to Fuengirola we noticed this dig. We got off at Los Boliches and walked back to the archaelogical dig. Although not big was interesting to see and appreciate the occupancy of the area over time....More
There are no tourist signs for this so it was a great find from Google. The ruins are lovely, with mosaic floor in the courtyard really well preserved. They're small so it doesn't take long to visit them and it's free to get in, which...More