Ruins available to see are concentrated around the bath house and market - plus a modern Roman villa made using Roman techniques. The audio tour is essential to understand and appreciate the site - this comes as standard with the entrance fee. Staff helpful and friendly. There is a small unimpressive museum as part of the entrance area. It is quite atmospheric in its lonely rural location when one considers the ghost of the large settlement it used to be. More information about the new villa would be good. No tea-room / restaurant on site or nearby.
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