The Roman mansion on the south side of the Bay of Igoumenitsa is a rectangular building that shapes architecturally with perimetric wings around a central covered area. A few meters west of the building There is a burial chamber, within which parts of three marble carnivorists have been identified, dated from the beginning of the 2nd to the early 3rd century. A.D. And are now exposed to the Archaeological Museum of Igoumenitsa. The best preserved (today at the Archaeological Museum of Ioannina) portrays on the main long-side scenes from the “rhyme” of Hector (the gifts of the Priam to Achilles), on the left close side of a warrior preparing and the right intent dead, while the cover of one From the sarcophagi at the Igoumenitsa Archaeological Museum depicts the reclining twenty-one year old Antonios. It is an outdoor area, constantly open.