Catalonia, Valencia, and the Costa Blanca

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  • 1. Amphitheater

    Tarragona, the Emperor Augustus's favorite winter resort, had arguably the finest amphitheater in Roman Iberia, built in the 2nd century AD for gladiatorial and other...Read More

  • 2. Circ Romà

    Students have excavated the vaults of the 1st-century AD Roman arena, near the amphitheater. The plans just inside the gate show that the vaults now...Read More

  • 3. Empúries

    The Greco-Roman ruins here are Catalonia's most important archaeological site, and this port is one of the most monumental ancient engineering feats on the Iberian...Read More

  • 4. Jewish Ritual Bath

    The remains of this 13th-century mikvah, or Jewish ritual bath, were discovered in the 1960s; it's one of the few surviving in Spain. A stone...Read More

  • 5. Museu Paleocristià i Necrópolis

    Just uphill from the fish market are this early Christian necropolis and museum. In 1923, the remains of a burial ground were discovered during the...Read More

  • 6. Praetorium

    This towering building was Augustus's town house, and is reputed to be the birthplace of Pontius Pilate. Its Gothic appearance is the result of extensive...Read More

  • 7. Santa Maria de Besalú

    The ruins of the 13th-century Santa Maria Convent, on a hill just outside of town, make a good walk and offer a panoramic view over...Read More

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