Official Portal of Tourism. Junta de Castilla y Leon
Touch history with your hand
The oldest remains belong to the ruins of the camp known as Sansueña.
It is a part of the route across the valleys of Zamora, Vidriales, Orbigo and Eria.
Two watchtowers, one of the gateway and a fence have been rebuilt, allowing the tourist visits to the camp. The strategic interest of Vidriales valley in the wars against the people of Cantabria made that many occupations followed in it.
The oldest remains belong to the ruins of the camp known as Sansueña
At the end of the century I BC, the Legio X Gemina settles building a big rectangular camp of which we hardly known archaeological data .
- Archaeology site
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Ayuntamiento of Santibáñez de Vidriales
Municipality of Santibáñez de Vidriales. Zamora.
Fax: 980 648 339
Página Web: http://www.xn--santibaezdevidriales-96b.gob.es
Oficina de Turismo Regional of Zamora
Avda. Principe de Asturias, 1. Zamora. 49012 Zamora.
Teléfono: 980 531 845
Fax: 980 533 813
Tourist Office Provincial of Zamora
- Summer (July, 1 – September, 14):
- Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 11:00 – 14:00 and 17:00 – 20:00
- Winter (September, 15 – June, 30):
- Saturdays, sundays and holidays: 11.00 – 14:00 and 16:00 – 19:00
Remarks: In order to look after private groups such as schools, associations and any other organization, we will arrange visits to the route, any day and considering the schedules desired by the groups, always accompanied by one or two guides.
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Museum collection of Roman Camps Petavonium
In the town of Santibañez de Vidriales, in Zamora, next to the City Hall, an Interpretation Centre of the Roman Camps has been set up. It provides information on the military organization of the Roman[...]
Address: Casa Consistorial, C/ Mayor, 27. Santibáñez de Vidriales. 49610 Zamora.
Telephone: 980 648 186