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Now we understand! You have to be lucky to be able to visit this site. Are more often closed than open. What's the purpose of closing if the visits are outside in the open and not guided? Lunch pauses are holly in France that's for...More
We have TRIED to visit this highly recommended site on four separate occasions, despite their website quoting opening hours and that the opening hours are displayed on their building, on each visit, over a number of stays in the area, they always seem to be...More
The chance to see real Roman 2000 year old mosaics in situ is priceless.
The tour is by guide only in French
But you can just read the English version booklet and wander while the the guide speaks . We followed her and still got...More
This is a well done preservation of an ancient villa and the remnants of the mosaic floors. The website is hard to use or it was for us. It is difficult to define the operating hours. We did determine it is open on Wed PM...More
We visited in punishing heat and chose not to take the guided tour. Explanations were very clear and the whole site was well presented. The mosaics though fragmentary in places were very thoughtfully highlighted in context. Afterwards we talked with the guide whose enthusiasm and...More
Archaeological remains and museum in the Languedoc. Sited near Loupian and signposted from there the attraction opened at 1.30pm.
Guides are available written in different languages and guided tours are given at certain times, best to check.
The main archaeological site is undercover, away from...More
The museum is not that spectacular (except for the maquette of the surroundings) but the guided tour was really good. The guide who was obviously an archeologist himself gave a lot of details about the differences between all the mosaics that have been found.