The Segóbriga archaeological park is an important Celtic and Roman site located around the so-called hill of Cabeza de Griego in the town of Saelices (Cuenca, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain). Asset of Cultural Interest declared a National Monument on June 3, 1931.
Despite the fact that the city is in ruins, its state of conservation is more than acceptable, compared to other remains located on the peninsula.
The necropolis (outside the walls).
- The wall and the North Gate
- Segóbriga Amphitheater
- Roman theater of Segóbriga
- The Monumental Baths
- The gymnasium and the thermal baths of the theater
- House of the mining attorney
- Cryptoporticus of the forum and the curia
- The basilica classroom
- The Acropolis
- The cave sanctuary of Diana (outside the walls)
- The aqueduct (outside the walls)
- The quarries (outside the walls)
- The circus (outside the walls): The most recent investigations have determined that this construction was built on a necropolis, but that it was never completed.
The basilica of Cabeza de Griego (outside the walls)
GPS coordinates: 39°53′06″N 2°48′48″W
Address: CM-310, S/N, 16430 Saelices, Cuenca, Spain
How to get to?
From Madrid 1 hr 17 min (112 km) via A-3
From Cuenca 46 min (76.8 km) via A-40 and CM-310
From Toledo 1 hr 20 min (123 km) via A-40