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This is a side trip out of Evora - part of it along a dusty road. Don't let the road stop you, however. If big tour buses can do it, so can you.
Get there early, however, to get good light for pictures and to...More
Incredible lone, 8 ft. tall prehistoric menhir located just off the road from Evora to the Lisbon airport. Once you've seen this head over to the Cromlech of Almendres made up of 95 menhirs. Its part of a huge area of prehistoric sites which are...More
After some initial difficulties in locating the site we eventually found it after travelling down a rough, bumpy track by car, then walking down a very narrow track ( not easy unless you are very sure footed). The tall standing stone is an impressive sight...More
Along a heavily rutted path through the cattle fields its a hike to get to this site for anyone not sure of foot. Once your there you are confronted with a single four meter high stone standing in the middle of a field surrounded by...More
I mentioned this megalithic standing stone in my review of the Almendres Cromlech. It is fairly easy to visit this slender and tall standing stone on your way to or from the Recinto Megalítico dos Almendres/Almendres Megalithic Enclosure. You will need to take a stroll...More
I'm not sure. It wasn't in our guide book. We just showed up and the guard happened to be there with another group. She reluctantly gave us a tour but made us promise to go into the nearest village to pay the 3 euro fee. She... More
I'm not sure. It wasn't in our guide book. We just showed up and the guard happened to be there with another group. She reluctantly gave us a tour but made us promise to go into the nearest village to pay the 3 euro fee. She said they only opened the cave with a reservation. Perhaps ask the concierge at your hotel. But I would definitely find out before making the drive there.