Unique or monumental? Either way, the Roman Ruins form a huge part of the history of Troia Portugal.
First, let the beauty of this place sweep you off your feet and explore theunes that extend from the lagoon to the banks of the Sado estuary.
The tour is an invitation to go back to the 1st century A.D. and discover a national monument that has survived over 2000 years, with houses, factories, baths, mausoleum and necropolis, all marks of Roman citizenship in Portugal, Tróia.
Archaeologic excavation continues and the site continues to reveal secrets from the largest fish-salting production centre of roman world.