Iberian settlement in Es Castell

Address:Platja es Castell. Palamós
Price: free of charge

Sa Cobertera is a small peninsula on the north side of the virgin beach of Es Castell beach, in Palamós, in which during centuries VI BC and I A.D. an Iberian population was established, belonging to the tribe of the indiketas. They maintained trade relations with Ampúrias colony (in l'Escala village) it and was walled town. It still keeps, among other elements, silos on the outside of the walls, which shows that it was actually a major population center.

Iberian settlement in Es Castell Map

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Jaciment ibèric Sa Cobertera, Platja Es Castell, Palamós

Platja es Castell, Palamós

Gisement ibérique de Sa Cobertera, sur la plage Es Castell, à Palamós

Poblat ibèric de Sa Cobertera, Plajta es Castell, Palamós

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