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15:05

Local

Guadalmina Roman baths to be converted into a tourist attraction

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Bóvedas de Guadalmina Roman baths, one of Marbella's most important archaeological sites, are to be rehabilitated with the aim of preserving them and making them a first-class tourist attraction. These Roman remains, situated beside the

21:42

LifeStyle

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

In 2004, a council digger driver sent to excavate a new water deposit in a field on the outskirts of Salar, Granada, noticed a quantity of small tiles appearing in the bucket of his machine. These pieces of Roman mosaic, part of a floor of an ... ostentatious villa, were the beginning of an amazing archaeological discovery that continues to unearth treasures from the Roman era. The Romans left their mark all over the Iberian peninsula but this find is one of the most important in Spain. The town of ... Roman Empire. However, the owner of this luxurious villa was unlikely to have been a farmer, as the intricate detail in the colourful mosaics, the quality of the marble statues (some carved by the finest sculptors in Imperial Rome and shipped over) and

13:24

Local

The last of the Roman towns still to be located in Malaga province is found

JAVIER ALMELLONES

Flavia Sábora, the last of the Roman settlements in Malaga province yet to be located, has finally been found thanks to Cañete la Real resident Antonio Aranda. Aranda, who had been cycling for the past weeks on the plains around the village, had ... which seemed to show Roman-era ruins. It appears that the area, now known as El Carrascal, was the location of Flavia Sábora, an important Roman settlement that was founded in the first century AD which, while documented, didn't have a known location.

15:14

Local

Rincón town hall awards contract to turn seventh-century Roman villa into a museum

SUR

Rincón de la Victoria town hall awarded the contract to restore the Roman villa in Torre de Benagalbón to the temporary consortium (UTE) made up of Obras Generales del Norte S. A. and Copesol S. L. last Friday. The work, which is expected to take ... 12 months to complete, involves turning the Roman settlement in Torre de Benagalbón into a three-floor museum. Mosaics, ceramics and other artefacts discovered between the Granadillas and Benagalbón streams in 1989, along with the remains of Roman ... baths and tombs, are believed to have belonged to a luxury Roman villa dating back to the seventh century AD. It is thought to have been the first human settlement on that part of the coast. Included in the discovery is a well-preserved mosaic

17:54

Local

The Roman splendour of Los Castillejos

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

At the very start of their operation, the archaeologists had one idea in mind: they were going to find a Roman wall. This was the first time in 26 years that anyone had excavated on this site near Teba and their disappointment was great. However, ... the team were eventually able to breathe a sigh of relief when they realised they had found an urban section of Los Castillejos, the first-century fortified settlement, or oppidum, of this Ibero-Roman site. "This is not a little house," explained ... Pepe Berdugo, a member of the Association for the Defence of the Historical Heritage of Teba-Hins Atiba, who pointed out some large ashlars (finely-cut stones) that gave an idea of the solid Roman construction that was built on the flattest part of the

09:26

Sport

Marbella fail to break down Cadiz's stubborn B-team

Julio Rodríguez

...the injured Carlos Blanco dropping out, replaced by Añón and Fernando Román; while Alfonso Herrero returned between the sticks after recovering from Covid-19. Nothing, however, could have prepared Marbella for the high press of their opponents. Cadiz

13:09

LifeStyle

The Roman Oasis returns

ASH BOLTON

A popular expat restaurant that shut down last summer after 36 years is to re-open for two charity fundraisers. FUNDRAISERS When. In aid of Cudeca Hospice, Friday 30 August, 8pm. For AGDM, Monday 9 September, 8pm. Where. Roman Oasis restaurant, ... Camino Sabinillas a Casares, 29692 Manilva. Tickets. Email Paul at romanoasis@outlook.com The Roman Oasis in Sabinillas will be raising money for both Cudeca and the Asociación Gatos de Manilva (AGDM). More than 100 people are expected at each event ... and it's hoped thousands of euros will be raised for both charities. Englishman Paul Hickling, 74, who first opened the restaurant in 1983 after visiting the Roman Baths in Sabinillas, told SUR in English: "I've come out of retirement for two very

13:40

Local

La Cizaña Roman ruins to become part of new development project

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has announced plans for the protection and recovery of the ruins of La Cizaña, a Roman settlement situated close to Los Álamos beach. The area around the site is about to be redeveloped with the construction of more than 200

14:51

Opinion

There's wine in them there hills

ANDREW J. LINN

...barrel for 15 months. Officially classed as a natural wine rather than an organic one, it really deserves a second look. Around 15 euros. While wine has been made in the Ronda Sierras since Roman times or before, everything came to a sudden halt in the

18:10

Local

Duquesa's Roman ruins to be turned into a visitor attraction with walkways

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The project to recover the Roman ruins around Duquesa castle in Manilva has entered its second stage - drawing up a plan to turn the archaeological site into a visitor attraction. In the first phase, a specialist heritage company carried out ... panels for visitors. The Roman remains have listed status and are made up of a burial place, villa, baths and salted-fish factory dating from the first century to the fifth century. Tender requests to draw up a plan should go out shortly.