Recently given UNESCO, these Dolmens are unique as they represent three typical dolmens that are from different periods and not seen elsewhere. One looks out to the giant in the mountain rather than to the sun, which is the only type like this known. They are very well kept, and free, how magical is that!
When contemplating going to the Dolmens, only view this one as part of the trio, the main 2 are just up the road, ideally do this one last to appreciate the differences, also ensure you watch the film in the visitors centre. The 3 can be easily viewed in an hour but well worth visiting. It is free as well!
We visited Antequera, to see the Dolmen's, These prehistoric monuments are quite interesting but not a lot to see. There is a visitors centre with a Video presentation showing how it is believed these were built which is a must if you are visiting otherwise you will have little to go on. The Dolmen are three underground cave structures built... 更多
It's not a huge site but well worth a visit. The visitors centre has a helpful and informative video of the probably construction of the stone buildings which is probably worth seeing first. The monuments are easily accessed and give a good idea of the skill that was used thousands of years ago in construction. Spent just under an hour... 更多
This site is a little difficult to find as the road signs are not clear. However, if you have a car it is worth the 4km trip from the Menga Dolemen. The tomb is smaller but still evokes a sense of awe and wonder.
Situated on the outskirts of Antequera this ancient site is well worth a visit. Head out of town towards Malaga and be careful to look out for the Dolmen signs. They can easily be missed. We arrived a few minutes before 2.30pm on a Sunday and it was just about to close however the man in the kiosk kindly gave... 更多
Unfortunately we made our way to these burial chambers to find that this attraction is closed on Mondays. Not sure... 更多