Sant Antoni de Calonge is a town which forms part of the city of Calonge. It is located in the comarca of the Baix Empordà in Catalonia, Spain. The town was built along the rocky coastline of northern Spain. There is a seaside promenade that connects many neighboring towns. Sant Antoni de Calonge is between Platja d'Aro and Palamós.
In ancient times, Sant Antoni de Calonge served as a summer retreat for the Romans. Construction on the fortress in Calonge dates back to the 8th century. The church of St. Daniel and a Roman road are the two oldest buildings of architectural value still standing in Sant Antoni. The church of St Daniel dates back to the sixteenth or seventeenth century. Additionally, there are some ruins, megaliths, Chalcolithic burial caves, and ancient artifacts scattered across the coastline and housed in the Archaeological Museum of Calonge. This archaeological evidence suggests the area was inhabited during the periods of Prehistoric Iberia and the Roman Empire.
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