Dating: 2nd-3rd century AD
The Roman Road connected the Cigmău castra and the Roman baths with the auriferous area of Săcărâmb. In ancient times, it was called “The Gold Route”.
The road is paved with polygonal tiles. In some areas, archaeologists discovered a depth of up to 70 centimeters, which explains it existing nowadays. The road was equipped with gutters that collected rainwater.
Nowadays, a 165 cm long segment has been preserved and marked in order to be visited by tourists.
Access: on the road that links Geoagiu Băi resort – Pinului street and Geoagiu City – Feredeului street