Pupput Roman Site, Hammamet

Ruin · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Pupput Roman Site showcases all that remains of a settlement that existed as early as the first century BCE. Walking around the site, you can see the remains of sections of aqueduct, cisterns, and baths; very few traces remain of the village. Within the 5th century House of Figured Peristyle, bleached-out Byzantine tomb mosaics are one of the main features. Historical records mention a theatre and amphitheater, which do not remain today. Make Pupput Roman Site part of your personalized Hammamet itinerary using our Hammamet attractions planning tool.
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  • Don't go to Pupput if you are looking for a place with lots of signs, explanations and descriptions. However, if you want the chance to just wander around a partly excavated Roman site,imagine what...  more »
  • Pupput is great for those like me who detest "visitor centres". The site is somewhat overgrown but you are free to wander at will. There are some very nice mosaics. There is a lot left un-excavated...  more »
  • This place doesn’t look like it’s worth it from the outside but it is worth it. It’s only 5 dinars to get in and there are 3rd and 5th century ruins with some great mosaics. When you finish looking...  more »

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