The origins de Lloret de Mar

Iberian settlements at Puig de Castellet (3rd century B.C)

This settlement was occupied over a well-defined period, 250-210 B.C. The settlement, which was probably an outpost of a larger centre (possibly Montbarbat, which is further inland), is situated on the north-west side of the hill, commanding a view over the entire coastline yet wholly invisible from the sea.


Iberian settlements at Turó Rodó

The different iberian settlements situated in Lloret: Puig de Castelles, Montbarbat and Turó Rodó..This iberian settlement discover in 1925 with roman influence from 3rd century B.C, situated on top of the hill of the coastal line, near Lloret beach.

Iberian settlements at Monbarbat (4th - 3rd century B.C.)

This is the remotest and promises to be the most important archaeological site of the region, particularly from the urban-settlement point of view. Fragments of Attic ceramics that must have been imported have been found, testifying to the influence of the Greek world in our land.


Roman Sepulchre

Based on the characteristics and content of this monument and on the pottery found, it can be dated to the middle of the second century AD.

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