S'Argamassa Roman Fish Farm can be found 2.8 miles eastwards along the coast from the town of Santa Eulària des Riu on the Spanish island of Ibiza. It is in the municipality of Santa Eulària des Riu. the Romans built this fish farm and connecting aqueduct following their occupation of the island in 146 BC.
The Romans arrived to occupy the island of Ibiza after defeating and destroying Carthaginian Empire in 146 BC. The island was granted confederate status with in the Roman Empire and was known as Ebusus Federatae Civitae . As a result of this, the island experienced a huge boost to her economy. Salt mining and agricultural activities brought great wealth to the island during this time.
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Santa Eulalia del Río