The archaeological park of Segóbriga is an important Celtiberian and Roman site located around the hill called the Cabeza de Griego hill. For a long time it was doubted about the location of the city of which Estrabón, Plinio and other Roman authors speak, that the last studies place definitely in this place. Elevated to Roman municipality in the year 12 BC, it conserves in good condition an important set of monuments built in its period of greatest apogee in the 1st century AD: walls, amphitheater, theater, thermal baths, basilicas, .. Very close the remains of the Visigoth basilica of the Greek Head.
See description in Castillos del Olvido