Right in the heart of Tipasa is the archeological site. Quite tidy and well sorted out. Very clean when compared with other areas . As it is only an hour away from the capital Algiers, you might take a three-hour off from the city and visit the place. It is well worth the time spent.
First, about the park:
Although it's not being well-maintained and I expect that its decline will continue unless something is changed, it's still worth a great visit. Even now, you can see this old Roman city sitting proudly on a bluff jutting over the Mediterranean; you can observe the old streets, the old courts, the old olive groves, the old...
Absolutely loved every minute we spent is this park .. it was nice and cool ... everything we seen was so amazing ... we spent a few hours just enjoying the area ... would definitely go back in a heartbeat
What a fantastic site - truly breathtaking how well preserved and in part still functional this archeological highlight of Algeria is presented. Make sure to walk on the well preserved Via and listen to the sound of waves hitting the 2000 year old coastline villas ... strong recommendation!
Tipasa Ancient City is really breathtaking..However it's used as a picnic area by local residents =/ Ruins are vulnerable through uncontrolled visitor access. Lack of guide and information signs (all in French!) is another problem..To sum up, it's a beautiful place to see but needs to be protected..
A fantastic location for a town, Roman or otherwise, bordered by the Mediterranean to the north and mountains to the west, with buildings built right to the edge of the sea on stony outcrops. The site is relatively intact, if somewhat overgrown, but still fascinates with Roman ingenuity, engineering, architecture and artistry. However, it is a busy place, especially at...