The theater dated back to the first years of the Roman Empire. Its design corresponds to a mixed construction that combines the use of the hillside for the bleachers – in the style of the ancient Greek theaters – with an important portion of the construction where the rock is non-existent, creating the necessary space for the stands.
The theater is medium-sized and is largely intact, in particular, the cavea or bleachers are very well preserved. The orchestra richly decorated with large marble slabs, and the scaena, or main stage, has been reproduced with a wooden floor, similar to the one that would have been used. The stage apparatus would close at the back with an ornamental façade decorated with openings, columns, and sculptures, of which several specimens have been recovered.