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Basilica Vega del Mar
- Basilica Vega del Mar
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- 300AD - 399AD
- Marbella Castle Walls,
about Basilica Vega del Mar
Basilica Vega del Mar was a Paleo-Christian basilica in Marbella with a history dating back to the fourth century AD.
Now in ruins, only the outline of Basilica Vega del Mar can be seen, surrounded by almost two hundred graves of various periods. It is also sometimes referred to as the Moorish cemetery.
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Address: Calle de los Eucaliptos, 29670 Marbella, Spain
Phone: +34 95 278 1360
Contact tourist office before visiting. Free tours take place Saturdays, Tuesdays, Thursdays at noon.
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