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Castell

In this small peninsula in the 6th century BC, the ancient inhabitants of the area decided to build a town taking advantage of excellent conditions of control and defense offered. + info

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Castellet de Banyoles

Considered one of the most important Iberian settlement of Catalonia, it was found the «Treasure Tivissa», a unique collection of silver Iberian votive offerings. + info

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Coll del Moro

Coll del Moro is one of the few Iberian settlement of Catalonia whose cemetery is known and visited. It has three areas of burial dated between 800 and 500 BC. + info

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Guissona

The town is steeped in Roman ruins, testimony to the ancient city of Iesso which was founded around the year 100 BC, taking advantage of the natural resources of the plain Guissona. + info

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Molí d'Espígol

This Iberian town is one of the most advanced examples of urban development in the catalan iberian period. It was an excellent political and commercial centre. + info

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Roca dels Moros

Listed as a World Heritage site, is one of the most important sites of cave art on the Iberian Peninsula. It is a cave that was in use by humans for around 5.000 years.+ info

Very important: PLEASE MAINTAIN A RESPECTFUL ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE RUINS.