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Villa Romana, Porto Venere

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  • Check times summer and winter because you might find closed. However you have to ring and a guide will take you on a tour of the archaeological area of about half an hour including the work area and the living area.
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  • During this period, the villa is only open in the morning, from 9 to 14. The ticket costs eur 3, free for children. We took advantage of the free admission for all on the first Sunday of each month. The Thanks is a walk of 10 minutes. It's a site still not fully studied but it is interesting to see not only the baths or the flooring with simple but lovely mosaics, but also the part used for pressing of the olives. The most striking though is the tank, thanks to the successful lighting. Walk along the trail, Thanks to St Anthony, then you can always descending along the path for pedestrians and olive Beach before Portovenere. It's a walk that requires at most 45 minutes and is suitable for children. We made with our 6 year old daughter who enjoyed it. Along the way beautiful views and the beach for a refreshing dip. There are also restaurants, pubs etc. for refreshments before returning. A beautiful day that I recommend.
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  • Very interesting this settlement which includes the villa, farm with stones and giant oil collection jars, original facing the sea l Sin now occupied by army sheds. The tank contained 700000 litres of water used for crops, the House, sold to the ships.
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