Description: The submerged Nymphaeum of Emperor Claudius was discovered intact at the foot of Epitaffio Point. It is a rectangular building headed with an apse and is decorated with a series of statues reconstructed as originally found. This group of statues was a gallery showing portraits of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Moving out of the Nymphaeum, past the spas, there is a paved road – the Herculanea – which leads us in the midst of what was the Lacus Baianus, where we find the remains of two impressive villas.
Location: Archaeological Park of Baiae “Zone A”.
Depth: Maximum -5m.
Price: € 35 including admission fee for the park.
Service: Tank, weight, boat transfer and guide.