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About 1km down a gravel track amongst lovely countryside, the menhires are behind a fence but quite... read more

Reviewed December 1, 2014
alisonka
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Nantwich, United Kingdom
Not sure it's worth the time

These are inside a fenced area you can get to. The road was really bad after a bit, so we walked... read more

Reviewed October 14, 2017
Andy G
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Georgetown, Texas
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Oct 14, 2017
“Not sure it's worth the time”
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“Two Very Different Standing Stones!”
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Reviewed October 14, 2017

These are inside a fenced area you can get to. The road was really bad after a bit, so we walked the last 600m to the site. The signage (hard to read) indicated there are symbols on the one rock, but we could not find...More

Thank Andy G
Reviewed April 3, 2017

It takes a while to find them! And then we had to find the long and winding rough track that leads to the high standing stones-just three of them (although we only found the two main ones)- and passing over narrow streams that crossed the...More

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Reviewed February 14, 2015

Alcoutim itself is already a waist of your time, there is simply nothing to do or to see. It is tiny, to be specific 1 square with some ugly houses around it. The trip to Alcoutim is beautiful though. But the Menires well how do...More

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Reviewed December 1, 2014

About 1km down a gravel track amongst lovely countryside, the menhires are behind a fence but quite evocative all the same. Very peaceful and nice to just stand for a while and imagine the people who placed the stones there and why. Not earth shattering...More

1  Thank alisonka
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