The Route of the Iberians in the Lower Aragon region is an innovative initiative for archaeological and cultural tourism based on the culture of the Ancient Iberians in the east of Aragon, whose land was occupied in the centuries before the current era by the Ausetani tribe of the Ebro Valley. The project promotes the rescue and enhancement of a series of archaeological sites from the time of the Ancient Iberian civilisation in the Lower Aragon region, mostly already excavated, and the improvement or creation of a network of small visitors' centres associated with them. With the establishment of the Consortium for Iberian Heritage of Aragon, the local, regional and Aragon-wide initiatives associated with Aragon's Iberian heritage have been channelled into a single project and a management model for the archaeological heritage developed that is able to generate resources for its upkeep and improvement.
Visitor Center in Comarca del Bajo Aragón:
ALCAÑIZ: Iberian Culture History and studies.
Permanent exhibition of archaeology Iberian.
ALCORISA: Iberian kilns and potter workroom.
Archaeological Sites in Comarca del Bajo Aragón included in the route
Alcorisa: La Guardia (Heritage of Cultural Interest)
Foz Calanda: kilns El Olmo y Mas de Moreno
Iberian theme routes