37.- Cimavilla historical site in Gijón The old neighbourhood of Gijón can be described with the contour of the coast that goes from the end of San Lorenzo beach along with all of the hills and foothills of Santa Catalina. until the quay of the local port. The Street of Claudio Alvargonzález. the square of Marqués de San Esteban and the beggining of the streets of Melquíades Álvarez and Ventura Álvarez Sala and the last part of the Victoria Avenue with all of the Campo de Valdés. until you reach the cliffs of the coast and the Nautical Club. Within this perimeter. we can find the Cimadevilla neighbourhood. with its typical streets and the hermitage of the Virgen de las Mareas of the 17th century. the spiritual headquarters for the fishermen trade of the neighbourhood. At one side of the Campo de Valdés we can the find the remnants of the hypocaust of the Roman Baths which are uncovered. In the complex of the Barrio Viejo. ancient palaces and former mansions are preserved. such as Casa Valdés. from the the mid17th century; Casa Marqués de San Estebán. also called Villagigedo. from the 15th century; the house of the renowned illustrated Asturian don Gaspar Melhor de Jovellanos; the old Casa de la Biblioteca in which the Royal Asturian Institute and the Nautical School were set up for the first time; the Palace of Jove Hevia and its chapel. devoted to San Lorenzo; the chapel of the Santísima Trinidad. built in 1672. with a beautiful neoclassical façade; and many other buildings such as the old house of La Nava or the chapel of Los Remedios.