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Poblado talaiotico de Ses Paisses

Arta, Majorca, Spain
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Good site to visit for €2.00 each. Cheap enough price, reasonable number of display signs... read more

Reviewed April 1, 2018
Shannon S
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Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Peaceful and interesting diversion.

We walked from Arta town centre. It took 10/15 minutes of easy walking down a small road past the... read more

Reviewed October 23, 2017
Missio77
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

Good site to visit for €2.00 each. Cheap enough price, reasonable number of display signs, basically free-roaming. Easy to get to, and we had it all to ourselves early on a Saturday.

Thank Shannon S
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Reviewed October 23, 2017

We walked from Arta town centre. It took 10/15 minutes of easy walking down a small road past the station. Well signposted, you can't miss it. The entry fee was 2 Euro - for this you get an information booklet which you return at the...More

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Reviewed September 7, 2017

Stopped here after visiting the caves in Arta. Some very interesting buildings and the info provided us easy enough to understand the history of the site. Reasonably priced and not too busy.

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Reviewed August 5, 2017 via mobile

We visited this informative archeological area during our summer holiday. The site dates back to 3000 bc, with several very well preserved stone dwellings. It puts life in perspective. A toilet and refreshments were available and the friendly guide loaned us an English information sheet....More

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Reviewed May 25, 2017 via mobile

This is definitely worth a visit if you are interested in the past. The scale of the boundary wall is impressive and the excavated buildings within are fascinating. The guidebook (loaned to us by the helpful custodian) helped explain what has been unearthed by archaeologists....More

Thank KMc528789
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Reviewed November 8, 2016 via mobile

Near the former train station, next to a beautiful tree lined road, is this interesting prehistoric village. We parked in the shade, paid about 2 euro and walked to the remains of a gate in the walled city. It is build on the steep banks...More

Thank Jan_Lelie
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Reviewed November 4, 2016

It is well-explained in the booklet they'll provide you as you enter. admission is 2 EUR. It is very shady so a good idea for a hot day. We found it highly interesting.

Thank Haskell J
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Reviewed August 16, 2016

in Arta we obsered signs for these ruines and decided to visited the location. It was the talayotic village of Ses Paisses which is one of the largest and best preserved prehistoric settlements in Mallorca. The oldest structures are 850 year BC the rest around...More

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panpoo
December 4, 2016|
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Response from Jan_Lelie | Reviewed this property |
I don't know. When we were there - early November - it was even open on Monday.
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