Lloret de Mar has three Iberian settlements: Montbarbat, Puig de Castellet and Turó Rodó, where you can discover how the first inhabitants of our city used to live.
The Can Saragossa farmhouse is located on a small hill, surrounded by woodland and gardens. In spring, when the landscape begins to bloom, it’s simply a must-see.
The settlement of Turó Rodó is one of three Iberian archaeological sites that can be found around Lloret de Mar and is the closest to the town centre. This small Iberian settlement is located on a small peninsular promontory measuring 40 metres in height, just behind the iconic D’en Plaja Castle.
The Puig de Castellet Archaeological Site, which dates back to the 3rd century B.C., is located 2 kilometres from the centre of Lloret de Mar.
This is the largest settlement (5,700 m2) and the furthest from the town. It appears to be the most important settlement in the region, especially from an urban planning perspective as it is surrounded by defensive walls and towers.
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