Almuñécar Archaeological Museum
This museum is housed in a succession of vaults surrounding the Hill of San Miguel, an unusual Roman construction with seven transverse
naves, declared a Monument of Cultural Interest. Valuable Egyptian objects taken to the ancient city of Sexi by the Phoenicians are on show, and of particular interest are the
cinerary urn of the Pharaoh Apophis I, dating from the 17th – 16th centuries B.C., and other objects such as the Phoenician lion from the Phoenician/Punic Necropolis of Puente de Noy,
from the 8th century B.C. or the fragment of a statue of the goddess Minerva found at the El Majuelo fish-salting factory.