History

Dating back to the very beginning of the Neolithic era in the 20th Century BC, Wakana still demonstrates remnants of it’s ancient history in it’s painted caves (Tajo de las Figuras) and dolmens.

Funerary structures protecting Phoenician remains are to be found in the bottom of the caves, Wakana being a former Phoenician trading place with Greeks and Tartessians. Researcher Alberto Porlan believes that the Tartessian mythical city of Atlantis would have been situated on a fluvial island right here!

With such rich history, visitors to Wakana often describe it as a true source of energy and a temple to fertility and nature.

WAKANA from Japanese

 

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