I visited this attraction with family members on a sunny afternoon in June. There is a large field containing a few mosaic remains and a well. There are information boards at each point of interest. A small garden has been re-created , Roman-style, although the plants are not necessarily the ones mentioned on the information boards. There is a small exhibition which is interesting. An hour is long enough to visit this attraction. There is a small admission fee so it is value for money. However I would combine a visit with pursuing other activities in the area.
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