Museo Arqueológico Municipal
The oldest remains on display date back to the Paleolithic period and consist of a series of tools carved from stone. Also on show are remains from the Neolithic period and the Copper and Bronze ages, such as pottery, carved stone utensils and polished stone axes.
Of particular note among the materials from the Phoenician period are those found at the site known as "El Torreón", a former Phoenician settlement. The excavation of this site uncovered the remains of a number of houses, storerooms, amphorae, plates, a variety of ceramic items, coins, jewels and, most significantly, a terracotta image of the Phoenician god Bes.