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Ciudad Romana de Acinipo

A-374 | km 108, carretera a Setenil de las Bodegas, Ronda, Spain
+34 952 18 71 19
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Superb Roman archaeological site

One of the highlights of our trip in southern Spain! A great and nicely preserved Roman... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ruth P
via mobile
Lots of history but not for people with limited mobility.

This place is an easy drive from Ronda. The countryside is lovely and the hills are beautiful... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2017
sanchezsmith
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Canary Islands, Spain
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A-374 | km 108, carretera a Setenil de las Bodegas, Ronda, Spain
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+34 952 18 71 19

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of the highlights of our trip in southern Spain! A great and nicely preserved Roman amphitheatre with old baths on top of a hill. Theyre still doing excavations and repairs on the old cabins. We were the only visitors on a lovely sunny day...More

Thank Ruth P
Reviewed 30 September 2017

This place is an easy drive from Ronda. The countryside is lovely and the hills are beautiful. However the walk to the theatre is uphill and arduous. we wimped out. But you can see one of the roman structures from the parking lot and the...More

1  Thank sanchezsmith
Reviewed 26 September 2017

As everyone says, it was advertised as open, but it was closed. So like everyone else, we climbed over the fence. A climb through the remnants of dozens of houses, now jeeps of rubble, the Forum, and the stunning amphitheatre. Then the view! Wow. It...More

1  Thank Howard B
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

We drove here to see it as we couldn't find any opening hours online. When we arrived it looked amazing, but unfortunately is closed on Mondays/Tuesdays. I've added a photo of current opening hours. From what we could see over the fence, I think it...More

5  Thank Melanie S
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Very interesting site with Roman ruins and great views. The site has the ruins of a Roman settlement, including a major house and a theatre, on the side of a hill. There is not as much as other more popular sites BUT - no crowds...More

1  Thank afj793a
Reviewed 7 April 2017

We stopped on the way from Ronda to Setenil and although after checking opening times/days there was no one there, I guess due to time of year(late March). Normally I would have left but felt emboldened by other reviewers who said they climbed the gate...More

Thank Ccart
Reviewed 30 March 2017

We drove from Ronda to Acinipo to see the Old Ronda, over 5000 years old with the remains of a Roman theatre. I had seen the details in the Palazio Mondragon. I had obviously read the opening days wrong or they had changed. We found...More

Thank Archaeobuff
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Stunning views from the remains of this 1st century Roman city. It was closed the day we were there, but we climbed the fence as others recommended. Amphitheater is somewhat restored, otherwise it's mostly piles of stones on the hillside.The ruins are not as impressive...More

1  Thank spaqueen_9
Reviewed 17 March 2017

The excavations of Acinipo ruins is one of the finest ancient Roman sites you'll find in this region; abondoned houses with mysterious rooms, ruins; the amphitheatre has been much restored; you enjoy a nice view to the mountains.

1  Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 4 November 2016 via mobile

If you like history or want some fabulous 360 degree views this is worth the drive. If it's not open just climb the fence. There are old Roman baths (termas) and the amphitheater (teatro). Learned later the piles of stones were houses that farmers later...More

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edgarvorwerk
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Response from spaqueen_9 | Reviewed this property |
There are no staff to assist with information, at least not on the day we were there. Hours are on the web site for Acinipo but they are subject to change. However, you can climb over the fence anytime.
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