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Teatre Ròma, Port d'Alcudia

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Teatre Ròma offers a peek at Roman life in 123 BCE. You can see remains of an amphitheater, the forum, and residential homes. This Roman city was built away from its port to lessen the danger of pirate attacks. As you walk out to the theater, you’ll get a sense of its significant size, as the most important Roman settlement on the Balearic islands. Be prepared for sun and heat during the summer. Take a look at our Port d'Alcudia trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Teatre Ròma and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • we had the day here it was really lovley, the beach was a golden sandy beach ideal if you like water sports 
  • spent half a day in the area, beautiful coast line very large harbour area, good food, will go back again 
  • De ruins are preserved in part, whole outline of houses are very well visible. If you're in the vicinity, the € 3 definitely worthwhile. The grounds are kept very clean and the roads are good to commit.
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  • Nice legacy for future generations thanks marcel
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