), a place in Gallia close to the eastern termination of the Pyrenees, or as Mela (2.5) describes it, according to the text of Vossius, “between the promontoria of the Pyrenaeus are Portus Veneris, celebrated for a temple, and Cervaria, the limit of Gallia.” It was in the country of the Sordones or Sardones. Cervera
or Serbera is
the name of a cape north of Cap Creux.
At present it is not within the limits of France, but belongs to Catalonia.