ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK OF MONTE SANNACE

ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK OF MONTE SANNACE

The Monte Sannace Archaeological Park is home to one of the most important indigenous sites of the pre-Roman Peucetian tribe. 

The settlement has offered up archaeological evidence dating across a vast period stretching from the Iron Age to the early Roman Empire. The site flourished between the 6th and 3rd centuries BC, and in particular during the Hellenistic Age. In the second half of the 4th century BC, Monte Sannace was enclosed with defensive walls that divided the settlement between acropolis and town on the plain to the west. The archaeological value of the site is complemented by its landscape, which offers visitors the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the Murge.

Opening times

from Wednesday to Sunday 8.30 – 15.00 (last admission 14.00)

Closing

Monday and Tuesday
25th December

Feature List

  • Wheelchair accessible

Accessibility

Accessibile site 

 WHERE

Strada Provinciale 61 Gioia del Colle – Turi, km 4,5

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