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Campa Torres Archaeological-Nature Park
Gijón (Central Asturias)
Contact Address
Cabo Torres. 33299 Gijón/Xixón
985 185 234
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A joint visit to Campa Torres and the Roman Baths is also possible.

  • October to March:
    Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: 10:00am-5:00pm

    April to September:
    Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: 10:30am-7:00pm

    15th June to 31st August
    Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: 10:30am-7:00pm

    Rest of the year
    Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: 10:30am-2:00pm

    Closed on Monday



    Individual: €2.50
    Reduced: €1.40

    Free admission on Sunday
    Reduced rate: groups, senior citizens, under-16s, student card or youth card holders

Campa Torres Archaeological Park occupies an area of ​​50,000 square metres.

Campa Torres Archaeological and Nature Park occupies 50,000 square metres of coastline in the borough of Gijón. The hill fort consists of several distinct areas: The reception building, located at the entrance to the park, the archaeological site and the main building, built in an old bunker dating from the Spanish Civil War.

The site occupies the western tip of Cape Torres and can be divided into two sectors. The higher one corresponds to defensive structures, a ditch carved into the rock, an outer ditch and the wall, formed by rectangular units with rounded corners.

In the lower area, the settlement is distributed in mostly rectangular stone dwellings with several rooms paved with small pebbles. Three wells surfaced in masonry and having descending steps have been located for supplying water. Bronze smelting ovens have been unearthed below the paved level of some houses.

Campa Torres Archaeological-Nature Park