Iglesia y Termas Romanas de Valduno: Lo que debes saber

Point of interest en Valduno

0 reviews
0
0
0

Iglesia y Termas Romanas de Valduno: Lo que debes saber

Termas Romanas de Valduno

Termas Romanas de Valduno

Within the Principality of Asturias, we find the town of Valduno, where we can see the church and the Roman baths of Valduno. Since their discovery, they have become the most representative points of interest of this town, making more and more people visit it every year.
Also known as Roman baths of Santa Eulalia de Valduno, these baths are Roman remains that were discovered after the researcher Ciriaco Miguel Vigil confirmed the existence of remains in the area. It was also there that the funerary stele of the son of Progeneo Quadrato was discovered, which dates from the 2nd century and is currently preserved in the Archaeological Museum of Asturias.
Within the Roman baths of Valduno we can find a thermal complex dating from the 1st century, a very typical meeting place in those years. The excavations reached a total of 46 m², where we can distinguish several areas: the caldarium, a hot bath room, and the tepidarium, a warm bath area. 
If you are visiting Asturias or traveling the Camino del Norte, you can come to Valduno to visit this important Roman discovery. The visit is completely free so it is the perfect place to fully enjoy this important archaeological site.
Photos & videos
Activity

To live the Camino you must be registered and/or logged. Take the first step and start your story!

Recent activity

There are no comments on this social wall

The weather in Valduno

°

Location
Mapa de ubicación del punto de interes
Services
La Voz de Galicia La Voz de Asturias

Points of interest

Cities & Towns | Hostels | Lodgings | Restaurants | Saddlery | Doctors | Points of interest | Bikes workshop

Contact us | Privacy policy | Cookies policy | | Terms of use | Authorship | Web Map

© Copyright LA VOZ DE GALICIA S.A. Polígono de Sabón, Arteixo, A CORUÑA (ESPAÑA) Inscrita en el Registro Mercantil de A Coruña en el Tomo 2438 del Archivo, Sección General, a los folios 91 y siguientes, hoja C-2141. CIF: A-15000649

Developed and managed by Hyliacom