The Millennial Tuna Route has selected places and unique buildings that form the testimony of thousands of years of history. Essential places to understand the origin of Conil, Barbate, La Linea de la Concepcion and Tarifa.
History sites such as Atunara neighborhood of La Línea de la Concepción, which dates back its origin to 640 years before the creation of the city and preserving the tradition of the “volaores fishes.”
Moreover, it is noted the chapel of San Ambrosio, one of the few examples of Christian basilica of origin south of the peninsula.
El Palomar de la Breña, now obsolete, could permanently accommodate more than 20,000 doves, becoming the world’s largest dovecote.
Finally, I could not miss the mention of Baelo Claudia, Roman factory town known for the preparation of the Garum sauce, coveted by high society of the Empire. It was declared a National Historic Monument.