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This is fairly recently discovered Roman villa. There are only the foundations to see for both the villa and its slave quarters. Everything of any value was mostly like taken and reused by the locals when the Romans left. The young woman on duty in...More
We are staying very close by!
Lovely to imagine the Romans marching by on the Via Augusta and stopping for supplies at this impressive villa by the sea!
My children were awed by the 2000 year old Olive tree but essentially it is a pile...More
Good and interesting place to go for an quick walk after lunch or before dinner when talking a walk by the beach. The documentaiotn is limited. You are much better off going to Tarragona for an afternoon if you are a history buff.
If you are nearby, it worth a 15 minutes visit to see another sign of great Roman presence in the region. Just imagine, some rich guy had a villa here already 2 thousand years ago!
It's enough to have a free look through the fence,...More