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This is a good location to visit in combination with the Hermitage further up the hill. There are extensive temple ruins with some useful explanatory diagrams including reconstructions of how it would have been originally. However, the site was extensively littered – particularly with cigarette...More
This example of a Roman temple is surprising and easy to drive to. You need to be able to hike about a kilometre on a fairly rough path to get to the ruins, but anyone in reasonable shape can do it. The stonework of the...More
Wear sturdy shoes as you have to reach this site through some oak woods which are on a slope and the surfaces are slippery as there have been some rock falls in the area.
While there is not too much to see at this site,...More
We visited the site this summer and enjoyed walking around a site that is gradually emerging from excavations, year by year. It's reached by a road that also takes you by a steep climb to the Hermitage of St Celestine, the first pope to have...More