Algarve Faro Monuments Milreu Roman Ruins
Milreu Roman Ruins, are an important vestige of Roman times in Algarve, located in Estoi, in the district of Faro.
Were brought out in 1877 by archaeologist Estacio da Veiga.
They are now visible traces of a large farm house, "rustic village", which became the third century in a luxury building. Highlights include the central area of the village, some mosaics, as well as a spa attached.
In the fourth century was built a sanctuary, turned into the next century in the Christian temple.
On the ruins still deserves a singular focus sixteenth-century palace with cylindrical buttresses on the outside corners.
Were classified as a National Monument in 1910.
Must see also: Tôr Roman Bridge
Vilamoura Cerro da Vila Roman Ruins
Nearby (20mn drive): Faro, Albufeira, Quinta do Lago, Vale do Garrão, Vilamoura, Loulé, Querença
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