Se conoce con el nombre de Vía Augusta de Cádiz a Sevilla al Camino de Santiago que une ambas capitales andaluzas; algunos consideran que este tramo debería incluirse en la Vía de la Plata. Sigue un tramo de la Vía Augusta, la mítica calzada romana que unía Gades (Cádiz), Hispalis (Sevilla)...
Thank you for this link! It is indeed unusual that such high walls of a Roman bath are left standing. I immediately thought of nearby Baelo Claudia that is mentioned in the article and that we had visited many years ago during a sea-sun-sand holiday on the Costa de la Luz. In imperial Roman times, there was a flourishing fishing industry along the coast of Cadiz and the widely popular 'garum', a fermented fish sauce, was manufactured there and exported to all corners of the Roman empire.
It is possible to start the VdlP in Cádiz. I wish we had done this as we ended up walking to Muxiá and it would have meant we'd walked from the south coast of Spain, the whole length of the Iberian peninsula to the northern coast. The VdlP was, of course, a Roman road (hence the name, from balata - Arabic for paved) and before that a neolithic via pecuaria (i.e. drove road) for livestock wintering in the south and being herded north for the winter. There, will that do? Oh sod it, just go there. I'll be jealous as hell.
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