Paleo-Christian church, built by the Visigoths

Basílica de Vega del Mar is a stunning example of North African Visigothic architecture. The church was built in the 4th century, near the mouth of the Guadalmina River. This is one of the few remaining ruins of the Byzantine domination of Southern Spain.

The ruins of the Basílica de Vega del Mar are the only surviving example of this type in Europe. Not far from the basilica you can find a necropolis with many archaeological pieces that prove the presence of ancient cultures in the region.

Basílica de Vega del Mar
calle los Eucaliptos, Marbella

Phone: +34 95 278 1360


Categories: Tours and Sightseeing, Historic site, Ancient ruins, Architectural building, Religious site

Price: Cost money

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