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Megalithic Andalucia

The Megalithic phenomenon started in western central Portugal about 4800 BC. It spread north into Brittany and thence to the UK and south and west into Extremadura and Andalucia.
Megaliths, literally 'large stones', usually refer to standing stones (often called menhirs), stone circles, passage graves, tombs or dolmens, tholoi (a dome-shaped tomb built from bricks or shaped stones, usually with a capstone sometimes called a false dome tomb), and hypogea (a tomb excavated underground).
We take you to the best megalithic sites in Andalucia.

Megalithic Interpretation Centre

The Megalithic Interpretation Centres in Gorafe, Granada province is an essential stop for those interested in the megalithic his ... Read the complete article >>


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Megalithic Andalucia

Building megalithic structures, dolmens, passage graves and corridor tombs created a sacred landscape for the Neolithic people th ... Read the complete article >>


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Dolmen de Alberite

The Dolmen de Alberite is, to date, the earliest megalithic passage grave in the Iberian Peninsula and the Atlantic façade. ... Read the complete article >>


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Dolmen de Soto de Trigueros

Dolmen de Soto de Trigueros is a megalithic passage grave at Trigueros, Andalucia, southern Spain built between 3000 BC and 2500 ... Read the complete article >>


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Dólmenes de Coromínas

The Dólmenes de Coromínas complex of five megalithic tombs was situated on a low mound on a limestone spur above the Arroyo de ... Read the complete article >>


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Dolmens of Antequera

The dolmens of Antequera, Menga, Viera and Romeral, and the anthropomorphic rock formation Peña de los Enamorados, were inscribe ... Read the complete article >>


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Dolmens of Pozuelo

The Pozuelo archaeological site consists of eleven dolmens, a copper mine and a fortified settlement in Zalamea la Real, Huelva p ... Read the complete article >>


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Dolmens of Valencina de la Concepción

The extensive Copper Age site of Valencina de la Concepción was in use from 3000 BC to 1500 BC during which time a number of dol ... Read the complete article >>


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Megalithic Dolmens of Gorafe

The Megalithic dolmens alongside the river Gor is the greatest concentration of dolmens in Europe and part of the Geoparque Grana ... Read the complete article >>


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