I thought I was just going to see the Malpas tunnel and go for a little walk, but we came across this incredible site of ruins of an ancient village from the 6th Century BC. There had been 3 eras of occupation built on top of each other. You can walk around the ruins and then visit the museum which houses the artifacts found on the site. A good walk and in spring the area was full of wild flowers. There is also a terrific aspect from the top of the hill with views of the entire district.
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