‘Roma Atlantiaca’, the Network of Atlantic Roman Cities, is an association of towns located on or near the Atlantic seaboard that share a common Roman past. Its purpose is to give visitors a chance to learn more about this special cultural heritage.
The network spans three countries and includes the following towns and cities: Saintes, Irun, Gijón, Lugo, Braga, Condeixa-a-Nova and Marvão.
Take a trip into the past! Visit the towns in the network, enjoy their Roman heritage and make the most of their range of cultural attractions!
To valorise the archaeological heritage and recover the Roman historical legacy of the member towns
To organise meetings to exchange knowledge and share the concerns of towns with similar origins and resources
To promote the tourist image of the network, attending national and international fairs
To publish and distribute promotional and tourist material
To establish relations and exchanges with similar national and international networks
To raise awareness among the local population, encouraging them to learn more about their surroundings and particularly their cultural heritage.