Iberian settlement in Ullastret

Address:Afores s/n. 17114 Ullastret

The Ullastret Iberian village, occupied by the indiketas Iberians tribe, located inside the Ampurdan, is the largest in Catalonia and was developed as a real city. Its origins date back to s. VI BC, long before the arrival of the Romans, and since its inception it was expanded and developed gradually, until it was abandoned at the beginning of s. II B.C. This site is part of the Route of the Iberians that can be followed by the Costa Brava.

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Gisement ibérique d'Ullastret, Costa Brava

Visita guiada al jaciment ibèric d'Ullastret

Antiguos silos, almacenes de grano, en el interior del yacimiento ibérico de Ullastret

Atardecer en el yacimiento ibérico de Ullastret

Jaciment ibèric d'Ullastret, un museu a l'aire lliure

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