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A dramatic site, just below the castle. The site has a Bishops palace (6th C) built on Roman remains with an Islamic village on top of all. The whole site is free to enter, very well labelled and provided a potted history of settlement in...More
Behind the church at the base of the castle this excavation shows how the Islamic settlement lived here before the Christians. At the entry is a reconstructed house then you can wAlk around the site. Some small but impressive mosaics.
They have a good dig here with a lot of great information about how families lived & worked here over the centuries. It was one of the better one of these places I've been.
Nevertheless, this is probably not a destination, but if you can...More
Roman, islamic and medieval culture all have left remains in this archeological site. It is a nice dig site with some good interpretation and a site that is still being excavated. Some of it is best seen from the top of the castle looking down.
It was interesting seeing the layout of a typical Moorish tradesman's house in the reconstruction. The ruins of the settlement were well explained and gave a good impression of how the village was laid out in Moorish times. The archeological exploration is still ongoing and...More