It is a restoration with which it is intended to value this archaeological site and is the next step after the agreement signed between the City Council and the Balneario de Leana
In addition, the Master Plan of the Reservoir, base document of the excavation will be carried out through one of the projects of the Leader Plan of 47,000 euros
Fortuna City Council continues taking steps to enhance the site of the Roman Baths of the town.
On this occasion, has requested a grant of about â‚¬ 100,000 to the Autonomous Community to carry out the restoration and maintenance of this important site, following the momentum of the regional administration of a budget item for it.
This municipal strategy of fostering the site is taking place after the agreement of shared use for 50 years that the City Council signed with the owners of the Spa;
and the subsidy of 47,000 euros received through the European funds of the Leader Plan, which will allow the realization of the Reservoir Master Plan.
A document, essential to start working, and that will allow to qualify for grants from the Ministry of Development and the Autonomous Community as is the case.
The Mayor of Fortuna, José Enrique Gil, affirms that "we are talking about one of the most important sites in Spain, the only Roman sanctuary of the waters excavated in rock, which is also declared as an Asset of Cultural Interest. the promotion and enhancement of this enclave, dating from the first and second centuries after Christ. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Fortuna