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I wouldn't go out of my way to see this, but if you find yourself in Desenzano, it's worth an hour. The mosaics are quite well preserved and the interior display cases have some items of beauty. Footing could be difficult if you have mobility...More
Good way to spend half hour to an hour. The small gallery area has some exhibits and explains some other Roman sites in the area like the grotto in Sirmione. The mosaics outside are better than any other Roman site I'v seen and some are...More
Who knows what may lie under the ground waiting to be discovered. This Roman villa had mosaics to die for. So intricate and although not quite as bright as when they were first laid how fascinating to imagine the original heads of this household revelling...More
Well worth finding this little gem out and at 4 euro cheap enough. The ruins have quite a few really well preserved mosaic floors which also show 4 different levels of floor showing how the villa has been built on over the decades.
This was once a lovely large Roman villa which would have virtually stretched down to the shores of the lake. From what I could see it was discovered in the 1920's and further digs had taken place over the years. Entrance fee was 4Euros. WC...More
not far from where the ferries come in, tucked away in a quiet corner this villa is quite impressive. It stood for several centuries and there are some interesting facts on the signs scattered around the site. The mosaics are extensive and some are well...More
We took a ferry to Desenzano from Garda one day. The Roman villa is very impressive and the mosaics are quite spectacular. There is an entrance fee but it is worth it and the quiet inside is welcome. As others have said there is a...More
This villa is well worth visiting. There is plenty to see of interest, not least the very well preserved mosaic floors.
We went at the end of September and it was very quiet with only about six visiters.