Located on the Uso riverfront, the former Macello di Igea Marina houses some remains found in Bordonchio, rich in Roman remains and where it is assumed the existence of a center of the road. The element of greatest interest is the central emblem of a polychrome mosaic that depicts a man with long hair adorned with a laurel wreath. In the glass-cases are exposed funerary objects found in tombs made from the middle of the sixth century. A.D. in some nowadays abandoned sectors of the villa.
The Museum is part of Route III - Via Popilia
Road junction with Via Valle Uso (Itinerary VI)