Cantina Mustallar

Castro Cervantes

Castro de Cervantes

For the location and the name already had indications of the existence of a fort in the parish of Castro, the evidence came when improved access to church and there were walls, laxes …

The fort was partially excavated and found a village of houses with fireplace and some with small ovens, with tile walls well-crafted and channels between the houses to drain water.

This is a fort dating from the Roman period, was occupied by specialized miners in gold mining, which had so much interest to the empire, so he had no spaces for the agricultural or farming activities and was surrounded by a moat. It was inhabited since the year 50 B.C. until the second century A.D.