Coaña


Castro de Coaña (Navia Historical Park)


Contact details

Carretera AS-12
33795  Villacondide, Coaña, Asturias  (Asturias)
http://www.parquehistorico.org/
Tel.:+34 985978401

Location

Asturias

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Description

The iron-age settlements of the northwest peninsula

The "castros" were a distinctive type of iron-age settlement in the area of Asturias, León and Galicia.

Excavations of this pre-Roman site have uncovered the layout of the villages in the north-west zone of the Iberian peninsula. The archaeological site can be divided into two sectors: on the one hand, the acropolis, which was a large oval area with a sturdy wall located on a hill which served as a fortification; and on the other hand, the northern area where more than 80 small circular constructions are conserved. Between them runs a network of streets and squares.

  • Construction: Fort
  • Artistic period: Pre-Roman
  • Historic period: Iron and Copper Age

Practical information

Schedule

  • From Sep 24 to Mar 22
  • From Wednesday to Sunday

    From 10:30 AM to 03:30 PM
  • Closing days: Monday, Tuesday
  • From Mar 23 to Sep 23
  • From Wednesday to Sunday

    From 10:30 AM to 05:30 PM
  • Closing days: Monday, Tuesday

Prices

  • General: €3,13
  • Reduced: €1,62
  • Children: Admission free
  • Wednesday

  • Admission free

Services

Guided tours

Map



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