It's hard to believe, & take in, that this site dates back 9,000 years. It's easy to miss it from the road side & is not one that's listed by the travel companies but it's definitely worth visiting if, like us, you're able to drive yourselves round & explore. We were lucky in that we stayed with friends & had use of their 2nd vehicle.
The site has several boards situated around, giving explanations of the history & how life was back then. I found it quite eerie to learn that the 'living' carried on, dwelling in their home, with relatives buried beneath the floor!
Loved the peaceful, quiet surroundings & lack of tourists; it meant that lizards were brave, coming to sunbathe & supervise the few who were there!
It's not suitable for the infirm & you'd need to watch small children, from a health & safety point of view.
The information boards & reconstructed parts enable the visitor to form a good impression of how things were, despite there being not a lot left of the original structures.
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