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Castro de Barona, Barona

4.8
#6 of 109 in Historic Sites in Province of A Coruna
Must see · Ruin · Tourist Spot
The Castro de Baroña is an Iron Age fortified settlement located in the parish of Baroña, a municipality of Porto do Son in the province of A Coruña (Galicia, Spain. GPS Co-ordinates: 42°41'41.40"N 9°1'57.10"W). The settlement, surrounded by two walls and containing twenty roundhouses that still remain today, was built on a peninsula and inhabited from the 1st Century BC to the 1st Century AD.
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  • Galicia has lots to offer for any type of traveler. Castro de barona is maybe not well known but spectacular views and old ruins dated from the Iron Age. We had the luck the waves where high and...  more »
  • The ruin of this ancient hill fort is both fascinating and beautiful. The ruins are on a small spit of land that provide beautiful views of the coast on either side. There were only a couple of other....  more »
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  • Great place. Short walk from the street with nice view on the Atlantic coast. You can say it is only ruins, but really worth to see how people lived long time ago. Not so obvious place to see.
  • So beautiful. Easy to imagine people living there two thousand years ago.

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