Turó Rodó Settlement

The Turó Rodó settlement is one of the three settlements located in the municipality of Lloret de Mar; specifically, it’s the one closest to the town centre. This small Iberian settlement is situated on a 40-metre-high promontory located just behind the iconic D'en Plaja Castle.

Turó Rodó

This hill crowns the dainty Sa Caleta Cove, just where the coastal footpath from Lloret to Tossa begins. The archaeological remains found there indicate that the site was used for keeping watch and as part of a trading network with other villages in the Mediterranean region.

Thanks to the reconstruction of an Iberian house using the methods and materials of the period, Turó Rodó is a must-see attraction for those keen to discover how the first settlers of Lloret de Mar lived. It’s also a great site for those who wish to enjoy a wonderful new panoramic view of Lloret Bay.

This small settlement dating back to the 3rd century B.C. was probably the precursor of a larger Iberian settlement located further inland, namely the Montbarbat settlement. 

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Adress C/ Costa d'en Josep Macià (17310)
Town Lloret de mar
Telephone +34 972 365 788
Fax +34 972 367 750
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