Former Tonnara of Santa Panagia
The area is part of the archaeological site of Baia di Santa Panagia The entire archaeological site is included in the list of archaeological assets bound by law 1089/1939 (DA 646 of 15/04/87)
The ancient Tonnara di Santa Panagia was the place where tuna caught in the Ionian Sea were processed. Of very ancient origins, there is talk of its activity as early as the 1970th century and remained active until about 1693. The remains still visible date back to the tonnara built in the XNUMXth century, perhaps on a previous plant damaged or destroyed by the earthquake of XNUMX.
Card insertion: Ignazio Caloggero
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