You will be picked up from the port by your guide to first head for the very close-by and completely step-free National Museum of Submarine Archaeology, where you’ll get a whole introduction to the history of the city. After this visit, you will get on your private adapted transport, to be driven on top of the hill lying in front of the harbour, from where you will enjoy stunning views over the city and the bay. You will continue then downhill again to the city, where you will be paying a visit to the Roman Theater museum, actually a three-floor one, whose upper floors are reached by means of an elevator. When getting to the top one, a completely step-free tunnel will lead you to the real remains of the theatre. This will be followed by a stroll through the city’s main street for you to behold the  Art-Nouveau town-houses from the local Mining Heyday. Tour will be finished by entering an imposing 18th century military building, formerly a prison nowadays turned into a museum that exhibits the symbol of the naval power of the city, Peral’s submarine, the first of its kind working with electricity (1885). At the end of the tour you will be brought back to your cruise ship.


• 18th-century wall
• Roman Theatre Remains & Museum
• Town Hall building
• Stroll thru the main street
• Naval Museum (closes on Mondays)

Meeting Point: by the Pier’s exit railings – Duration: 3 hours – Physical Grade: Low

Price for group: 280 € (GUIDANCE FEE) – Entry Fees (Not Included): 5 € per person (Roman Theatre Museum)

MAXIMUM: 8 people