We didn't know what to expect when we drove to the site as there were clouds overhead. But as soon as we passed the mountain, arriving at the site, the sun came out and the site really sparkled next to the shore. It definitely would not have been hard to live here in ancient times. Right next to a very nice beach with beautiful scenery in every other direction. The color of the stone also added to the atmosphere with there being so much still left of this town. I read somewhere that this is the most intact roman town ever found on the Roman peninsula.
Points of interest
I imagine that the ancient citizens would have made use of this beach in the free time