The archaeological site Glac, of over 6 hectares, stretches underneath the forest and agricultural land. The excavation of the southeastern part of the site commeneced in 2017.
Southern wall built from stone and brick. The thickness of the wall suggests that there could be an upper floor construction. There are surface openings of channels, evenly distributed along the wall, draining the water from the villa’s rooms.
North from the southern wall, several rooms were positioned in a row. Remains of the luxurious stone processing were uncovered in one of the rooms. After its destruction, probably during 5th century, a child’s grave was buried in the floor.