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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...More
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...More
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...More
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.
This small musem is close to the seafront and looks to be newly established. Not sure of the history as it was closed when we walked past (see my pic for opening times). However, you can see a lot of the excavation area from along...More
This is one of those attractions that does exactly what it says on the tin in that there are displayed here the remains of a Roman Villa.
The site isn’t massive but seeing as it’s free you can’t complain too much. What I like about...More
Having been to Cyprus - which is littered with amazing Roman sites - it was such a nice surprise to find this little archeological gem in Albir.
Free, well presented, very interesting and the graves/skeletons of the small children were very moving. Do watch the...More
We visited this ancient Roman Villa and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. You use an IPod type devise issued by the reception caretaker which, when you point it at the existing remains show the original building in all its glory.
A little gem. Doesn't take long to walk around but gives a clear idea of what was there long ago. Hire the video guide for 3.00€ - very worthwhile; adds immensely to the visit. Also take time to see the short film of a reconstruction...More