In a small alley leading from the main city square, Vela Placa, towards the south, there is the café Mate where archaeological research found a mosaic floor with a rich figurative illustration. According to its stylistic characteristics it was dated into the 1st century and represents the work of several masters. The centre of the mosaic is dominated by the mythological being Triton, with a human body and a fish tail. Triton is the sea deity, the son of Poseidon and the Nereid Amphitrite. It is surrounded by images of sea fauna, dolphins and fish with stylized dragon-like features. It is assumed that Triton is just one of four figures of this mosaic floor. There is the image of the wine container – cantharus in the mosaic decoration. The container is held by another mythological being with a human torso, horse legs and a fish tail, probably an Ichthyocentaurus. Owing to the damage of the mosaic, only his mane and trident in the left hand can be recognized. The merry atmosphere and the content of the illustration indicate that this is a scene of a sea feast.
The third mythological being is also preserved only in traces. This is probably Hermes’ son Pan. This is indicated by the illustration of the syrinx with which he contributed to the atmosphere of the feast.
By establishing the existence of the three figures, Triton, Ichthyocentaurus and Pan, completely equal in their presentation, standing approximately at the same distance from each other, we get the impression that the fourth figure is missing, the one that would complete the image of the entire sea feast.
This mosaic was probably the floor of the thermae in a luxurious private building.