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Los Millares - Museo Arqueologico de Almeria

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Carretera Ronda 91 Venta Los Millares, 04005, Almeria Spain
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DiscernTravel2018 wrote a review Oct 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom20 contributions7 helpful votes
Not easy to find but well worth the effort. A huge site dating back to 3,500BC and still under exploration. Two separate routes, one to defensive walls and buildings, the other to the necropolis. Plus presentation at small Interpretation Centre. Allow at least 2.5 hours to see everything. Free entry but closes promptly at 2pm. Recommended to also visit the Archeological museum in Almeria, where many of the finds are displayed and put into an interesting sociological context.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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padsywack wrote a review Jul 2019
Dublin, Ireland129 contributions29 helpful votes
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We visited Los Millares today and weren't disappointed as we both love ancient history it would suggest as we discussing the museum in Almeria first as it is provided a really good overview. However everything about this site is extremely well explained and all boards are listed in Spanish and English. Notonlycanyou see historical defensive walls,burial chambers and workhouses but also there is a reconstruction of what it would have looked like in the Copper age. Today was extremely hot to visit (35 degrees) while there are toilets onsite bw sure to bring water,hats and water as there is little shade if any when you are on the site itself.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Barbara S wrote a review Oct 2018
Krakow, Poland435 contributions90 helpful votes
It's a hugely interesting site, still unknown and uncovered by tourists. It's located in the middle of nowhere, but worth taking a taxi from Almeria. There is an info centre onsite - helpful and informative. There are two routes available - 0,5 h and 1,5 h. You can enter the houses, visit them inside and realize the nature of life centuries ago. The admission is free.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Nick N wrote a review Sep 2018
Estepona, Spain42 contributions21 helpful votes
Los Millares is a well preserved and presented copper and bronze age site in Almeria. It is free to enter. Do not miss the trek round the 10 'forts' that guarded the approach to the village. A must see for any pre-historian.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Traveler4life2018 wrote a review Mar 2018
Frankfurt, Germany29 contributions14 helpful votes
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The neolithic site is beautyful and the entrance for free. The wide areal is easy to walk, explanation tables at the excavations. It is absolutely worth a visit. We went there by car, parking space at the small museum. No dogs allowed.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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