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Ciudad Romana de Acinipo

A-374 (Ronda-Sevilla) | km 108, carretera a Setenil de las Bodegas, Ronda, Spain
+34 952 18 71 19
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Worth the drive

We stopped on the way from Ronda to Setenil and although after checking opening times/days there... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2017
Ccart
,
North Carolina
Check opening days and times before you visit or be prepared to take on the dogs.

We drove from Ronda to Acinipo to see the Old Ronda, over 5000 years old with the remains of a... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
Archaeobuff
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Sydney, Australia
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“roman city” (3 reviews)
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A-374 (Ronda-Sevilla) | km 108, carretera a Setenil de las Bodegas, Ronda, Spain
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+34 952 18 71 19

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Reviewed 8 April 2017

We stopped on the way from Ronda to Setenil and although after checking opening times/days there was no one there, I guess due to time of year(late March). Normally I would have left but felt emboldened by other reviewers who said they climbed the gate...More

Thank Ccart
Reviewed 30 March 2017

We drove from Ronda to Acinipo to see the Old Ronda, over 5000 years old with the remains of a Roman theatre. I had seen the details in the Palazio Mondragon. I had obviously read the opening days wrong or they had changed. We found...More

Thank Archaeobuff
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Stunning views from the remains of this 1st century Roman city. It was closed the day we were there, but we climbed the fence as others recommended. Amphitheater is somewhat restored, otherwise it's mostly piles of stones on the hillside.The ruins are not as impressive...More

1  Thank spaqueen_9
Reviewed 17 March 2017

The excavations of Acinipo ruins is one of the finest ancient Roman sites you'll find in this region; abondoned houses with mysterious rooms, ruins; the amphitheatre has been much restored; you enjoy a nice view to the mountains.

1  Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 4 November 2016 via mobile

If you like history or want some fabulous 360 degree views this is worth the drive. If it's not open just climb the fence. There are old Roman baths (termas) and the amphitheater (teatro). Learned later the piles of stones were houses that farmers later...More

Thank COsporter
Reviewed 25 August 2016

Having made the long drive up to Acinipo near Setenil, we arrived to discover it was closed. This is a fairly typical annoyance in this part of Spain with no warnings about the closure of tourist spots generally made available before you arrive. Cueva de...More

Thank malbraman
Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

Just hop over the fence if it's closed! This would be a great tourist attraction if the local authorities woke up a bit...

1  Thank Jacoby T
Reviewed 13 June 2016

incredible C1st BC amphitheatre at Acinipo (Ronda la Vieja) fabulously intact wall, 360 degree views, cover up or use suncream because there is no shade. Unbelievably quiet for a Roman ruin of this calibre. Highly recommended - be prepared for a load of 'Gladiator' quotes.

Thank Lucycrane
Reviewed 17 May 2016 via mobile

A must if you are in the area. The amphitheatre is spectacular and you can easily imagine the building used 2000 years ago. Well restored. If you go further up the hill you can look over the wall at a fantastic view towards the west....More

1  Thank rfi30
Reviewed 10 April 2016 via mobile

As Roman sites go there isn't really very much to see, though the remains of the theatre ARE impressive. The wonder is that the Romans ever managed to create a town on the windswept site, now so empty apart from heaps of stones from their...More

1  Thank argein
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David G
Abre los sábados y si es q si desde y hasta q hora, gracias
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Response from Euteronomio | Reviewed this property |
Las ruinas de Acinipo no están controladas por nadie, por lo que la visita es libre.
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