THE remains of a Roman villa have come to light during an exciting excavation in Alfaz del Pi. Having been abandoned for 25 years, a recent investment by the local authority has allowed work to start again on the dig, a settlement believed to date back to the third, fourth and fifth centuries AD.
A necropolis of 400 tombs, various Roman baths in an excellent state of conservation, a kiln, a swimming pool, reservoir and ‘hot air’ room were found in the mid-1980s when the site was last explored.
More discoveries are coming to the surface, thanks to the enthusiasm and tireless efforts of volunteers.
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