By Linda Hall • 03 September 2019 • 7:39
PRIVILEGED VIEW: One of the groups visiting the Castillo
Photo credit: Benidorm town hall
MORE than 700 people were taken on conducted tours of the Castillo excavations on Benidorm’s Canfali Point.
The tours were originally scheduled to take place over two days but proved so popular that this was extended to four.
Each of the visits to the 14th castle site was accompanied by Benidorm’s mayor Toni Perez and several councillors.
During all this time, the archaeological team headed by Lourdes Lopez have continued with their excavations, which must be finished by mid-November under the terms of the EU grant that has financed 50 per cent of the project.
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