Museu Estação Arqueologica do Cero da Vila
The excavations undertaken since 1964 have brought to light under the Moorish and Visigothic remains, those of a Roman city including a Patrician villa with a private bath and cellar, a crematorium, wells, grain silos, stables, a wine press and, below, the remains of the public baths. The sea used to come as far as here and these baths were near the port (quay wall). The were used by the sailors who stopped over there.
[Jun-Sep: 10am-1pm, 4pm-9pm; rest of year: 9.30am-12.30pm, 2pm-6pm]