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The Roman Baths in Benitses are a true gem of the island’s rich cultural heritage. As one of the best-preserved archaeological sites of the Roman era in Corfu, the Roman Baths are a testament to the ingenuity and craftsmanship of the ancient world.

Located in the picturesque village of Benitses, the Roman Baths are easily accessible and provide a fascinating glimpse into the past. The site is situated in what was once an ancient mansion, and the only remains of this mansion are the impressive Roman Baths with their intricate mosaic floors, still visible today.

The Roman Baths consist of a large room in the east, covered with an arch, water pipes made of clay, and a hypocaust, a space underground used for the housing of the baths. The colorful mosaic on the floor is one of the most impressive features of the site, adorned with elaborate geometrical shapes that are sure to impress visitors of all ages.

The floor of the second room is equally stunning, with a beautiful black and white marble design that adds to the visual appeal of the site. Despite being located between houses, the Roman Baths are well worth the search, and visitors are sure to appreciate the beauty and historical significance of this important archaeological site.

If you’re a lover of history and archaeology, or simply seeking a unique and unforgettable experience, the Roman Baths in Benitses Corfu are a must-see attraction. Come and explore the rich cultural heritage of Corfu, and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of ancient Roman culture.

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