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My husband, daughter, niece and I turned up at the passage tombs on a bank holiday Wednesday in August. Hoping it would be open, it turned out to be free because of the holiday!
We watched a bit of the movie in the visitors centre...More
A couple of megalithic burial chambers (restored). You can only enter 1 and need to be slim and short to get in. An interesting video at the start and a short stroll around. Other megaliths are close by but not open to the public. If...More
We tool your children 5 and 9 to learn about history. It is a spectacular sight in man ways, but it was a little disappointing how it was unprecedented. This could be a spectacular place so much to to proud of but I think the...More
Monumentos Megaliticas de Alcalar Alvor Portimao Faro District Portual is a reconstruction of megalithic era including a funery temple. Ancient momuments artifacts and reconstructed prechristian era information.
The Algarve has many prehistoric sites and this is one of the better preserved locations. As a casual visitor in January 2018, I found the site as signposted from the N125 easy to find. It is a very significant site in terms of its history,...More
The megalithic tombs of Alcalar are ancient funerary temples that were built and used for several generations, for several centuries, in the 3rd millennium before the beginning of the Christian era. The whole, with the tombs organized in several groups, constitutes a necropolis located in...More
We were in Portimao so we took some time to visit the site at Alcalar. Don't expect a huge site as it is small but still worth it. The have a short film explaining the site in a small visitor centre and you are allowed...More
When you’re in the Algarve, do visit the absolutely fascinating Alcalar necropolis, enabling you to explore the most significant Neolithic site in the region; it was designated a National Monument in 1910. The origin of the site is thought to be around 3000 BCE, and...More