Seen from above the national park of Buthrotum is surrounded by water, it looks like a peninsula and in the middle lies the whole area of the ruins. A green dense forest that carries at its heart the archaeological discoveries.
Constructed in the IV-III century BC, with 13 stairs the scene, the orchestra and a capacity of 1500 seats, still functional to enact prominent masterpieces on the stage, and it is the perfect place where you can travel centuries back an relive the ancient times. Just close your eyes for a while and try to imagine yourself in the middle of a majestic and mystic atmosphere of more than 2000 years.
One of the wonders of Buthrotum is its Baptistery with its amazing mosaic on the floor, considered as undoubtedly on of the most famous monuments. The accuracy this mosaic is decorated with gives the impression it was not made by human hand, but rather a divine finger. Perfect shapes wreathed with each-other in a delicate motion, such impressive that you won’t stop staring at it.