Cartagena

A Roman amphitheater, Moorish castle, and the bombed-out ruins of a 13th-century cathedral are just some of the major sights in history-steeped Cartagena. Add in beaches, thrumming nightlife, and mountainous surrounds, and you have one of southern Spain’s most vibrant and varied cities.

Fuerte De Navidad

By visiting the Christmas Fort you will learn in detail the defensive system of Cartagena throughout history. Enrol like a cabin boy on our Tourist Boat, and you will be able to enter the only coastal battery adapted to show military and everyday life in a 19th century fortress. Nestled in the right margin of the bay and next to the lighthouse of the same name, the Christmas Fort keeps witness of...

Ascensor Panoramico

The Panoramic Lift will take you in a comfortable and fast way up to the highest point of the Concepcion Hill. Its 45 meters save the existing height between Gisbert Street and the top of the hill where the Torres Park and the Concepcion Castle await you with the best views of the city and its bay. Being located on the slopes of the hill where the galleries of the old shelters are located, the...

Museo-Refugio De La Guerra Civil

The Civil War Shelters Museum is a space for the memory and learning about the recent history of Cartagena, which was a strategic point and primary objective of the bombing of the civil war. Going through some of its galleries and listening to the testimonies of those who took part, it is possible to discover the changes that the struggle brought to their lives and how the passive and active...

Castillo de la Concepcion

The Conception Castle is the best starting point to discover the city and acquire an overview of its 3,000 years of history. Located on the hill of the same name, it has served as the enclave to a Roman temple dedicated to Asclepius, a Muslim fortress, a medieval castle or the place where the siren was installed that warned the population of the bombing during the Civil War. Also, from the...

Punic Wall

In the Punic Wall you will encounter one of the most important episodes in the history of the Mediterranean, the Punic Wars between the Carthaginians and the Romans. You will meet the legendary past of Qart Hadast founded by the general Hasdrubal in 229 BC and its most significant, the wall, one of the few remaining Carthaginian relics still found in Spain. In addition, next to the wall, you can...

Casa de la Fortuna

The Fortuna House will take you to the domestic environment of the Roman Cartagena during the first century. The different rooms that formed the house, the dining room where the family celebrated the banquets, the salon in which the lord of the house received his visitors or to the bedrooms and private part of the house. Their objects of personal adornment, chandeliers, dishes, among others, will...

Barrio del Foro Romano

The Roman Forum District stands as one of the largest urban archaeological sites in Spain. You are invited to take a stroll through the ancient pavements of Carthago Nova; to explore the different rooms of the thermal baths of the port where its entrance portico with the original flooring; discover how were the banquets in the Roman empire visiting the Building of the Atrium with its high walls...

Museo Del Teatro Romano

By visiting the Museum of the Roman Theatre you will encounter one of the most surprising discoveries of the city in the last decades. Thanks to the ingenious design of the architect Rafael Moneo, you will start your tour of the Palace of Riquelme, the first building of the museum, and then follow the historical hallway located under the street to then move to the new space that collects the most...