Description: Portus Julius was commissioned by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa during the civil war between Octavian and Sextus Pompey (37 BC). The magnificent port was intended for the arsenal of the Classis Misenensis, the most important Roman fleet, and was connected to Lake Lucrine and Lake Avernus via a navigable canal. Today the structural ruins and several mosaics are visible at a depth of 3-5m.
Location: Archaeological Park of Baiae “Zone B”.
Depth: Maximum -5m.
Price: € 35 including admission fee to the park.
Service: Tank, weight, boat transfer and guide.