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Bahía de Portman Located South of the municipality of La Unión, Portmán is a magnificent bay in the Mediterranean Sea surrounded by mountains that descend to the coastal plains.

The Romans founded this little village in the 1st century with the name Portus Magnus, meaning "large port". The town developed significantly as part of the mining area of La Unión, mostly because of its naturally sheltered bay and port, making it a strategic location within the Roman empire. There are important remains from the mining periods in the archaeological museum, in addition to an old Roman mosaic pavement found in the Roman Villa of Paturro and considered the largest of its type in the Region of Murcia.

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Bahía de Portman
Puerto de Portman
Playa de Portman
Explotación minera en Portman
Batería de Costa La Chapa
Casa Miguel Zapata Sáez Tío Lobo en Portman
Chiringuito en la Playa del Lastre
Explotación Minera
Faro de Portman
Iglesia en Portman
Playa del Lastre en Portman
Recorrido por Los Acantilados
Bahía de Portman
Panoramic view from Monte de las Cenizas
Villa romana el Paturro in Portmán
Villa romana el Paturro in Portmán

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