The remains of an Roman era at Punta Torrox.
Favorite thing: Is has been documented and confirmed that there Phoenicians near the coast.
In the area near the Lighthouse at Punta Torrox near the mouth of the Torox river there are ruins of houses and a necropolis and roman baths were found here.
Plan your stroll - Planea tu paseo
Favorite thing: It's very easy to find your way in Torrox one time you have reached Plaza de la Constitucion. There's one big city map showing you four differents routes to visit all the monuments in town. In addition there is a local tourist information office at the Arab Tower, not far from here.
Es muy facil encontrar los sitios en Torrox una vez que has llegado a la Plaza de la Constitución. Hay un gran plano del pueblo mostrándote cuatro rutas diferentes para visitar todos los monumentos de la ciudad. Además hay una oficina local de información turística no lejos de aquí, en el Torreón Árabe.
Town Hall - Ayuntamiento
Fondest memory: Ok, it's not my fondest memory about Torrox, but it's not a thing to do too. The Town Hall is a modern (not classy) building at Plaza de la Constitucion, next to Our Lady of the Incarnation Church. If you need to make any official issue you can contact it.
Vale, este no es my mejor recuerdo de Torrox, pero tampoc es una "cosa para hacer". El Ayuntamiento es un edificio moderno (no clásico) en la Plaza de la Constitución, junto a la iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación. Si necesitas hacer algunos trámites puedes contactar aquí.
Plaza de la Constitución, 1
Tel: 952 538 200
Favorite thing: torrox is build up the mountains..so people with walking trouble wont find it too easy to get around as some off the streets are quiet steep.
Fondest memory: With soo many little streets i did get lost a bit, but after a while it was very easy to get around the place.
The remains of the Roman era are shown here.
Favorite thing: Parts of a mosaic of this place are in the Museum of Malaga and others are exposed in the one of Barcelona, where also numerous ornamentales objects keep and from domestic use appeared in this necrópolis..
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Close up of the remains of Roman era.
Favorite thing: This deposit corresponds to the well-known Roman population like Clavicum or Caviclum, founded on century l and that was inhabited until beginnings of century VIII, since in her have been currencies visigodas.
The remains of the Roman ovens in Torrox Costa.
Favorite thing: The Roman Ovens used in the manufacture of ceramics, houses, the luxury villa Clavicum built in the 1st century and troughs used for the preparation of fish paste (garum).
Near the Roman ruins were some beautiful flowers.
Favorite thing: They were right in front of me ,could not resist taking a few shots of some gorgeous flowers next to where the Roman ruins were.
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