Roman Ruins of Milreu

Local nameCentro de Acolhimento e Interpretação das Ruinas de Milreu
LocationFaro District, Portugal

The Roman Ruins of Milreu are the remains of an important Roman villa rustica located in the civil parish of Estói in the municipality of Faro, Portugal, classified as a Monumento Nacional. The Milreu ruins constitute the most prominent and well preserved evidence of Roman presence in the Algarve, and are mainly composed of the remnants of a once luxurious villa with annexed thermae and several surrounding buildings, including a temple, mausoleum and industrial and commercial structures. The archaeological site still preserves part of the once exuberant mosaics that decorated the floor and walls of the villa. A 16th century house is also located in the area, alongside an interpretation centre.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Ruins_of_Milreu

Official Website https://www.lonelyplanet.com/portugal/milreu-estoi/sights/historic/milreu-ruins

Address N2-6, 8005, Portugal

Coordinates 37°5'42.216" N -7°54'16.283" E

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