In the town of San Pedro Alcántara we find a basilica with Visigoth origins from the 6th century.

The basilica with Moorish influences is situated in between a group of churches and has two towers, one of them being directed to the east and the other to the west.

A necropolis surrounds the Basilica, which has been discovered during the first years of the XX Century, whilst planting eucalyptus trees on the beach.

The following archeological excavations brought to high a diversity of materials which are exhibited in museums in Marbella, Málaga and Madrid.