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Roman ruins

Estoi

The Roman Ruins of Estoi are an archaeological complex located in the town of Estoi, in the Algarve region of southern Portugal.

These ruins were discovered in 1987 during the construction of a private house. Archaeological excavations revealed the existence of an important Roman thermal complex dating from the 1st century AD.

The Roman ruins of Estoi include remains of thermal baths, with cold, warm and hot rooms, as well as vestiges of a large central courtyard. The complex also includes a set of colorful mosaics, which were discovered in excellent condition.

In addition, the ruins include a Roman villa that was built in the 2nd century AD and later expanded and renovated in the 4th century AD. This villa has a large central courtyard, rooms with mosaics and painted walls, a wine cellar, and other service areas.

The Roman ruins of Estoi are one of the main archaeological sites in the Algarve and attract many tourists interested in learning about the Roman history of the region. The ruins can be visited every day of the week, for a fee.

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