Tradition and history

A Mediterranean enclave full of History and Traditions.

Daimús, whose toponym is of Arab origin, was one of the territories that depended on the Castle of Bairén. Some remains from the Roman period are preserved, such as the Hort del Comte site and the Sepulchre of Baebiae Quietae, true treasures and relics of the municipality. In the case of the sepulchre, it was a citrus grove on the surface of which Roman remains were found. Some hypotheses suggest that it was the city of Artemision. In 1506, marble heads were found under a stone, one of a man and the other of a woman, as well as two Roman tombstones, one of them in an ancient tower and the other in a tower-shaped sepulchre. If we visit the Church of Sant Pere Apòstol, patron saint of Daimús, we can appreciate its neoclassical style, as well as other pieces from the ancient Roman monument. It is a building constructed in the 19th century. Near the beach there is a small settlement located in the Pedregals neighbourhood. We will also have the opportunity to see the Church of Mare de Déu de Fàtima.