The baths were probably part of a large Roman building complex
in NW Kerkyra. The monument was destroyed during the construction of a road and
the preserved section was discovered in private land in 1985, during the opening
of a foundation pit for the erection of a modern house.
The preserved part of the building includes the hypocaust and the
channel that carried water in the baths. The area has been purchased by the Archaeological
Service and can be visited by the public.
Art & culture
- Visiting Information
- By appointment
- Organized archeological site
- Ancient monuments
- Baths: Roman period, 31 BC-AD 324
- As a monument is administered by: