Yacimiento Ibero Cerro de las Cabezas

Yacimiento Ibero Cerro de las Cabezas, Valdepenas: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Yacimiento Ibero Cerro de las Cabezas Reviews: 4.5/5

Yacimiento Ibero Cerro de las Cabezas

Yacimiento Ibero Cerro de las Cabezas
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Elaine D
Chatham, NJ8 contributions
Historical experience
Jun 2019 • Solo
This Ibero settlement is outside of Valdepeñas so a taxi is needed. The site is open in the morning. The museum truly is a gem to learn of the íbero civilization. There is no charge for the museum. Later there is a visit to the uncovered ruins. As a Spanish teacher I found the information very informative. Signs were in English and Spanish in the museum.
Written July 2, 2019
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Maturin101
Cobham, UK19 contributions
Coordinates not correct
Jul 2018 • Couples
Unfortunately I could not find the place even though I drove past the marked destination several times. I read the reviews that it is difficult to find, but I believe that the place on TripAdvisor is wrongly marked.
Written July 16, 2018
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janetstarlet
Brighton, UK4 contributions
Stepping back in time, in more ways than one.
Jun 2018 • Friends
Whilst a little difficult to find at first when driving north past Santa Cruz de Mudela, considering it is adjacent and visible from the main A4 Autovia Del Sur, this was to be a true visit back in time. Firstly the step back off a busy modern day motorway, inland to rural Spanish countryside, and back again into the ancient remnants of past lives. A reminder of how time and nature can mask the lives before us, yet modern day advancements can ultimately unveil this hidden history. Our visit was personally conducted by the onsite guardian, a wonderfully knowledgeable and enthusiastic young man Francisco Jose Cerdera. Please support these endeavours by this amazing country to recognise and promote its rich rural history. A few metres off fast paced modern travel sits a site so calmly showing us the foundations of the ancient ways of living of our predecessors. Juxtapose the fast with the slow, and relax your life down a bit. We are who they were.

The entrance is free, there is parking, gardens and a museum with replicas of the ancient homes and farmsteads.
Written June 21, 2018
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Sarah W
Southampton, UK18 contributions
A hidden gem waiting to be totally discovered...
Jul 2015 • Family
An ancient Iberian town located on a hill waiting to be exposed to the world... obviously lacking funds. What has been excavated already is fascinating and the museum, which is an architectural delight, is a pleasurable walk through history for FREE! Other buildings made from the local stone are surrounded by a delightful garden, which would make a great location for a restaurant and music venue...
Needs sponsorship.
Written July 26, 2015
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