Andernos-les-Bains Roman Remains

Andernos-les-Bains, France

Adjacent to Saint-Eloi church there are remains of Gallo-Roman villa, which was founded in 1850.


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Founded: 1st-3rd century AD
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in France
Historical period: Roman Gaul (France)


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N.scott (11 months ago)
there are very few things to see and you quickly go around. to be reserved only for pedestrians or only if you pass through the area because it is not worth the trip
Karine Castellano (11 months ago)
Pleasant place by bike or on foot. Very pretty open church and small fishing huts open for oyster tasting...small SNSM shop also on the quay to buy useful or decorative objects or clothes
Clément Martin (12 months ago)
There really isn't much left but the setting is magnificent!
cindy CHARPENTIER-VOYER (2 years ago)
There is a special energy in this place ??
François RATEL (3 years ago)
Yes, but there is better to do or see.
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