It is one of the two Greek settlements known until know on the Iberian Peninsula.
Historical collection that links together two different cultures: the Greeks (6th century A.C.) and the Romans (218 A.C.), although the majority of the visible remains correspond to the era in which the Greek and Roman city was established as a single municipality.
From the Greek city stand out the temple of Asklepios (2nd century A.C.) and the Hellenistic breakwater (2nd – 1st century A.C.), while from the Roman stand out the mosaics of the grand domus (houses) (1st century AC – 1st century BC), the forum or political, religious and economic center (1st century AC – 3rd century BC) or the main door of the wall (1st century AC).
In summer, the door of Marina remains opened. Direct access to the beaches and Sant Martí of Empúries.
-From 1st October to 15th November
Mondays to Sundays from 10 to 18h
-From 16th November to 15th February
Tuesdays to Sundays, from 10 to 17h. (Mondays closed)
-From 16th February to 31st May
Mondays to Sundays, from 10 to 18h
-From 1st June to 30th September
Mondays to Sundays, from 10 to 20h.
25th December and 1st January closed.
24th, 26th and 31th december, the museum close at 15h