L'ESQUERDA IBERIAN AND MEDIEVAL VILLAGE (RODA DE TER)

Positioned atop a cliff overlooking the Ter River, the L'Esquerda Iberian village gave its inhabitants, members of the Ausetani tribe, a commanding view of the Vic Plane's northwest expanses. This impeccable location was a determining factor in the village's reoccupation during medieval times.

Managed by the Private Foundation of l'Esquerda, the site has three basic operating sections: the settlement, the workshop-laboratory and field experiments and the Museum that shows some of the most significant pieces found during excavations.

L'Esquerda forms part of the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia's Iberian Route.