The Rota Fishing Weirs are small plots installed in the sea which represent a traditional way to leverage resources from the Roman period.
Rota remodelled this activity building archaic fish farms. In these, fish, cuttlefish and octopus entered at high tide, trapped in the stone cages when the tide goes back down. Then they are caught using traditional tools such as the trident, the tidal knife and the cast net.
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