Bolonia is a small isolated fishing village on the Spanish Atlantic Costa de la Luz – aptly named the “Coast of Light” – 20km north from the surfer paradise of Tarifa and 20km south of Zahara de los Atunes. It is also the site of one of the three most important Roman archaeological excavations in Andalucía, along with Italica outside Sevilla and Acinipo outside Ronda. Roman Bolonia became famous as the source of a fish-based savoury paste, garum, a local form of gentlemen’s relish much prized as a garnish in meals by the Roman inhabitants of first-century AD Andalucía.
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