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Interesting to see nice homes built around the punic port (some ruins too). We were on a bus tour, and we were b dung charged 1 euro to take photos. Take dollar bills (not coins).
The views were mostly residential. Very expensive real estate. The...More
If you have been introduced to the Punic history you will find this place very very interesting. If not; you will most probably be disappointed. I did find it extremely interesting, although only the layout out the original harbours could be identified. But that is...More
Whilst on a cruise with MSC we booked a tour and one of the places we visited was this. If we did not have a tour guide we would have been so lost. I dont remember seeing any signs for this whilst on the coach....More
The greatness of Carthage, burnt to the ground by the Romans, can be seen in the Punic Ports. The way these great people repaired and took care of their ships is remarkable even by today's standards. A visit to the small room where all is...More
Remember the Punic Wars? Hardly? A visit to this site will lead you back into the history books and give you an appreciation for the cleverness of just how the Carthaginians fooled the navies and armies of their time.
not a big place but certainly the best museum if your into the history of ports. situated on the central island situated in the circular Carthaginian military harbour the rectangular commercial port is to the east. Excavated by a British archaeolgical team in the 1980's...More
The place during sunset has nice atmosphere with the view of the sea, the small lake, the mountain (or hill) and colorful boats docked on the bay. We went here after the visit to the tiny Museum nearby. Check the small display of the models...More
This really does not look like much, as not a lot has been escalated, but once you learn about how this port was a hidden port….it is so fascinating. The "Museum" is only but a tiny room with replicas of what the port used to...More