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Fuengirola studies opening Torreblanca remains to the public

The mayor at the site.
The mayor at the site. / SUR
  • An archaeological study to determine more precisely the period to which the remains belong is complete

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has said the council is studying the possibility of opening the Roman remains known as the Termas de Torreblanca to the general public.

An archaeological study to determine more precisely the period to which the remains belong is complete, and work will now involve clearing vegetation, putting up fencing and improving access.

The land was privately owned until its expropriation by the council in 2017.

The remains were declared a BIC, an asset of cultural interest, in 2005.