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Brilliant to see and easy to find with a small children's play park beside it. It is only a short walk, so tie this in other things in the area.
We walked up the terraces for different views and photo opportunities. We then walked to...More
A little hidden away and a lovely surprise as you come round the corner. For me pretty powerful that so much is still standing.
A fairly steep walk down from parking area so could possibly be difficult for less able walkers.
You will stand below in awe of such great building skills to see this Roman aqueduct still standing. This is just one of many segments still standing in the area. It is the biggest and there is a little park below for the kids to...More
There are several parts of the ancient aquaduct left in and around Almunecar. When you are in the vicinity, take the time to visit part of these remnants. In some areas in Almunecar, you also find explanatory plates in front of these remnants
had this place all to ourselves,you could wander around it and marvel at the construction of it. the whole place was covered in wild flowers in April when we visited, and it was a really peaceful couple of hours.
Yes, there are actually five parts to the aqueduct in Almunecar that can be relatively easily visited. All are worth exploring as they have largely not been tarted up (extensively repaired or rebuilt) as have many other historic monuments across Europe.
The most visited and...More
Was is amazing I saw the one in Rome .. built by the romans the aqueduct goes up hill.. a complex was to be built there when they found the wall .. remanance of it are in the old town of Almuñécar.. we saw it...More
In Spain we tend to walk up dry river beds towards the hills and in order to see the local countryside. In Almunecar there are 2 dry river beds, the Rio Seco and the Rio Verde. We first caught sight of the Acueducto Romano while...More