The Roman archaeological site of Praia da Luz is an archaeological site located in the Parish of Luz, in the municipality of Lagos, in Portugal.
The archaeological site consists of two buildings, one dressing room and the other a salting, both of Roman origin.
The resort, oriented towards Northwest / Southeast, includes several divisions, such as a locker room, several baths and a pool. The cured meats, east of the resort, are composed of several cetárias or salting tanks. A street divided the two complexes.
Probably built in the centuries II or III after the birth of Christ, the resort initially simple, it was being expanded with new divisions, reaching its peak in the fourth century. The cured meats, date unknown construction, labored up the centuries IV or V.
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