About Cerro da Vila
Cerro da Vila is an Ancient Roman site housing the remains of a second or third century villa complex including baths and mosaics.
Whilst mainly a Roman site, it is thought that Cerro da Vila was inhabited until the eleventh century. As such, the museum at Cerro da Vila exhibits not just Roman, but also medieval finds, including Visigoth and Moorish pieces.
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