Our history, told through the exhibits.
San Teodoro boasts the presence of a small but important archaeological museum that houses the tangible evidence of our past. The exhibits come almost entirely from the seabed of the shores of San Teodoro, sometimes at a depth of just a few metres, and from donations from citizens.
The objects found and catalogued cover a period of time ranging from the Punic period, through the early Imperial Age and the Middle Ages, up to the modern age. Of great value are the “tremisse aureo” (ancient currency) from the Byzantine era, found in the centre of the village, the fragment of a Roman helmet and the treasure: the amphorae.
The museum also houses a small, but extensive nature section with a wonderful collection of shells from all the seas of the world, and information panels.