1. ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF CÁSTULO
The main remains of the archaeological site are kept in this emblematic Renaissance aristocratic building from the 16th century, which used to belong to the Dávalos Biedma family. Inside de museum, visitors can have a look at the ancient Iberian-Roman city of Cástulo. The distribution of the pieces along 6 rooms shows the evolution of the city from the Paleolithic to the Christian conquest after which the city was gradually abandoned. That exhibition displays thousands of years of our history.Learn more about the museum HERE
2. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE AND RECEPTION CENTRE OF VISITORS OF CÁSTULO
This Iberian-Roman city, located 5 km away from Linares, was one of the 10 most important cities in the Iberian Peninsula during the Roman period thanks to its lead and silver mines. Today it is still possible to visit the archaeological site and observe the latest discoveries made in the city, such as the “Mosaico de los Amores”, catalogued by National Geographic as one of the 10 best discoveries made in this century. Cástulo also has a Reception Centre of Visitors which serves as an access door to the archaeological wealth that holds the Iberian-Roman city.Learn more about the Archaeological Site of Cástulo HERE
You can rent your tourist audio guide at El Pósito Tourist Office and travel around the strategic points of the archaeological site. Know the ancient Iberian-Roman city of Cástulo by the hand of Hannibal and other historical characters.