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All reviewsold townla portellainformation boardssmall museumopposite the churchlovely harbourwide areaworth a visitguide bookinteresting visitroman remainspleasant walkstep back in timefew hoursentrance feealcudia townsunday market
Spent over 2 hours here the other day.
Lots to see and quite a walk down to the amphitheatre.
Much of it is still to be uncovered as it covers a large site.
The 4 euros covers not only the entrance to the archaeological site...More
My husband and I love Roman history and thoroughly enjoyed our visit here. Take the time to read all the information boards and the ruins will come to life. It’s well worth the extra walk to see the amphitheatre. Also visited the small museum which...More
The entrance to this is just opposite the church past the walls in old town and alcudia and it is definitely worth a visit if in the area. The ruins are interesting considering the age of them, and you get an information guide in numerous...More
The Roman ruins are seeped in history and are not to be missed. The entry ticket is very reasonable for only 3 euros and includes the residential area of La Portella, The Forum, The Roman Theatre and the Museum Monografic de Pollentia. There is plenty...More
Very interesting, reasonably priced (includes entrance to the small museum). Really good to watch the archaeologists that were working on the site. Lots to see that sparks your imagination.
Take a drink as there is not much shade.
Whilst visiting the old town, we also visited the pol.lentia,it was very interesting,due to the that they was still digging on the site, which was good to see, whilst there, we saw them photographing , some things they had found that day. A must visit.With...More
This is a very modest set of ruins that requires the viewer to possess much imagination to make it come alive. The largest structures are this columns that stand several feet off the ground. Otherwise you are looking at ankle-high ruins for the most part....More
Yes, the entrance is next to the big parking lot (the one with the gravel ) opposite the big church in the Old Town of Alcúdia. Entry is 3,00 €, on wendsdays and fridays at 10 a.m. they do a guided tour