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All reviews roman villa small museum worth a visit roman site mosaic floors interesting visit entrance fee roman times information boards modern marina fascinating insight roman remains preserved mosaics lovely site bronze age indoor museum surrounding buildings
We have visited this villa for the last few years,and to be honest
I could have cried at the state of the place,the whole of the outside was in a state of disrepair broken or missing signage,,the beautiful mosaics have been left to disintegrate all...More
Really interesting site which gave a good idea of life in Roman times in Vilamoura, including changes in the geographical landscape. A couple of well preserved mosaic floors and foundations of buildings - it’s hard not to marvel at the genius of central heating, heated...More
A bit of a disappointment after seeing Milreu a day or two beforeh
Custodian very helpful, including looking up our bus home.
Little leaflet in Portuguese and English, but no guidebook, but mostly well-labelled but only a few mosaics.
Interesting remains of a mausoleum near...More
Very interesting visit, it was lovely to walk among the remains of a Roman Villa. There are information boards located at various points along the way explaining how each section of the villa would look. There is a smaller inside museum next to the archaeological...More
Extremely interesting archaelogical excavation site featuring the remains of a beautiful Roman villa (the mosaic floors are incredible!). The quiet, relaxing location (set back from the marina) makes this a great spot to explore over the course of a few hours. The museum / exhibition...More
A beautifully little historical gem. At only €3 very good value. We were given guide leaflets plus there are boards explaining the different rooms and areas. There are also a few trees here and there so you can stand in the shade to admire the...More