One of the most complete archaeological samples of the region. The site was built in 1982 around a late-Roman necropolis, which is probably the structure that gives more character to the museum.
The route of the permanent exhibition starts in Prehistory and passing through the Iberian Culture finds in the period of Romanization the bulk of the exhibition where the collection of funeral epigraphy, one of the best in Spain, deserves a special mention.
Equally important are the Roman mining sections, with a varied typology of products, tools, and utensils of that period , or that of ceramic productions, mainly crockery , which testify to the intense commercial traffic that the port maintained from the second century B. C. onwards
DUE TO HEALTH RECOMMENDATIONS DUE TO COVID-19, THE MUSEUM WILL REMAIN CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL NEW NOTICE
Tuesday to Friday: 10h. to 14h.
Saturday and Sunday: 11h. to 14h.
Free guided service