Romano-Gallic Baths of Entrammes

Entrammes, France

The Roman-Gaul Baths of Entrammes dates back to Roman times. A hypocaust in good condition was found in 1987 below the church of Saint-Étienne, confirming the presence of a thermal site of the 2nd century. Tours are organised by the local tourism office.



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Founded: 2nd century AD
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in France
Historical period: Roman Gaul (France)

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Jouenne Lucie (15 months ago)
We stink of discovering the thermal baths during our vacation. And during heritage days. We were lucky to have a very good guide.
DESTAIS franck (17 months ago)
Nice in this high heat!!!!
Danièle FOUCAULT (2 years ago)
Guided tour of the thermal baths which takes us back to the Gallo-Roman era. It is easy to imagine life in these thermal baths and how it works. The remains are magnificent. Nice prelude before going to see the site of Jublains.
jean yves Hallier (2 years ago)
Nice guided tour. Very interesting and rich site. Many things remain to discover the current village being located on the Roman city.. A must see.
Le Feu aux Poudres (4 years ago)
Very small museum but which present very large thermal baths. The area deserves to be much more excavated and must still contain beautiful things to discover! Guided tour on site which allows you to discover this little-known archaeological site.
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