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Gordon Brown wrote a review Aug 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
My son knew of this place and recommended we visit. It's a great little site where the Roman baths of a 4th Century villa have been uncovered and partly reconstructed. A far larger section of the site is still under excavation and I don't envy the workers we saw digging in the heat of a Spanish summer. On thing that makes this trip a little different is paying the €1 entry and picking up an iPad. It provides commentary and Augmented Reality to bring the baths to life. There is also a small museum with some artifacts (with air conditioning - bliss). In summary - short, sweet, immaculately kept and informative.…
Date of experience: August 2019
Peter b wrote a review Mar 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom726 contributions250 helpful votes
This is a free activity and for any history buff a definite must. The ruins are partially excavated and there are information boards in a variety of languages. There is also an indoor musemn beside, where a film is run as if you are visiting the location in Roman times. There is another Roman location at La Cala Finestrat.…
Date of experience: March 2019
bigglesedwards wrote a review Feb 2019
16 contributions7 helpful votes
Very small but very well presented remains of a Roman Villa. Entertaining film in the exhibition room with interesting items found on site to view. Very nice lady on the front desk - & entrance is free!! Would like to re-visit when the archaelogists are working there.
Date of experience: January 2019
sightseer123 wrote a review Oct 2018
Walsall18 contributions15 helpful votes
Small museum but very well presented helpful lady at the reception and the site is free to visit too. The is a visual room running a continual video and objects excavated from the site. Well worth a visit if in Albir - find it near the rear of the hotel Kaktus.
Date of experience: October 2018
ColinandJane wrote a review Jun 2018
Worcester, United Kingdom787 contributions147 helpful votes
Some basic roman ruins with good information on boards to read. Free to enter but you can hire a tablet which tells you more while walking around for €3. There may be a room with info but it was closed.
Date of experience: June 2018