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The site is up a fairly steep hill but well worth the effort. The guide is knowledgeable and ours spoke good English. The car park is free however there is a small charge for the guided tour that includes a video film of the history...More
I was a bit surprised to learn the tour would take 2 hours and involved a lot of climbing but in the end it was worth it. I loved the mausoleum with the walls in tact and the views from the old roman enclave over...More
Three good reasons to stop here:
1) spectacular roman site on a hilltop, quite unusual
2) stunning views on the surrounding area
3) this place (including the cafe at the entrance) is run by people who are passionate about Ocuri. We were guided by Maria,...More
For those with an interest in archaeology and Roman Spain, Ocuri offers a tantalising picture into its garrison cities. Located about 1.5 klms outside the modern pueblo blanco of Ubrique, the fortified community commanded surrounding transportation routes through the valleys from the high tops. We...More
The visitor centre is also next to a place for refreshments with splendid views. The times for the visits varies depending on season so do check before traveling long distances. The visit to the site is by guided tour and cost is reasonable €5 per...More
Interesting guided tour taking an hour and a half, available 10,12 and 4pm. Reasonable climb up to the top of the hill but aren't view of thesurroundings, including an Arab citadel and a Roman road. More complete ruins than Acinipo. Highlights well preserved necropolis, gate...More
The guided tour was excellent, well worth the money. Our guide was very knowledgeable and obviously love her job - even though she spoke no English and we not enough Spanish so had to rely on our Spanish host to help out.
It's quite a...More