The Roman villa known as the "Baths of the Queen” is located in Calpe’s town centre, besides the sea, very close to the Ifach’s crag. It constitutes an important archaeological site occupied from the 1st to the 6th century in which the resident zone -endowed with a spectacular ensemble of mosaics-, the waterwheel, the public baths, the baptistery, the necropolis and the fish farm, with the pools excavated into the rock besides the seaside. Calpe’s town hall has taken the initiative with regard to preservation and maintenance of this archaeological site, promoting the contracting of a specialized company. Alebus won the contest and has been the awardee of the works, which will be developed in a first phase during four months, and could extend up to another four months. Archaeologist Alicia Luján and restorer Carolina Mai are members of the intervention team.
On the twenty first of March, at 20:00 pm, Director of the archaeological site Alicia Luján Navas and multidisciplinary team of the Alebus company will be giving a talk about the performed works developed in the intervention of January-February of 2019 at the Saló Blau, Casa de Cultura Jaume Pastor I Fluixà, Avda, Masnou, 1 Calpe.