La Bastida

Totana, Spain

La Bastida (Totana, Murcia) is one of the most important archaeological sites of Prehistory in Europe. It was inhabited about 4000 years ago in the Bronze Age, and it has a great potential to understand our past and the heritage and cultural projection of Murcia Region. The archaeological site is located in the Sierra Tercia, on a steep hill at  confluence of the Rambla de Lébor and Salado Cliff around 6 km west of Totana town.

 

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Totana, Spain
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Founded: 2000 BCE
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Spain

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www.la-bastida.com

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4.7/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Emiliano Talon (2 years ago)
If you want to know the Argaric culture, here is a good opportunity. Good site, quite advanced excavations and the explanation of the guides is very complete. You also have a well-conditioned interpretation center and ample parking.
Lotta Riboe (2 years ago)
Spännande att bli guidad runt i området och få höra om livet för så länge sedan
Emilija Buividavičiūtė (3 years ago)
It was a very interesting excursion although we do not have much interest or knowledge of archeology. We were extremely lucky to get there without tickets and find a group, usually you can't get in without a reservation. It charges 5.60 eur per person, you can enter with the dog.
Francisco martínez (3 years ago)
La Prehistoria a tu alcance
Esperanza Gutierrez (3 years ago)
A very funny theatrical visit
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