This Roman settlement, made up of a complex of summer residences such as urban villas and a large farm by the road leading to Serdica and Constantinople, was also a temporary residence of Roman emperors, a summer house for rest, enjoyment, and treatment with thermal spa waters, decorated with mosaics, gardens, and sculptures. Among the researched buildings, the following stand out: a villa with a peristyle, baths, a wine cellar, a palace with an octagonal tower, two early Christian churches, and a necropolis. 


Archaeological park, Info center