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We spent a late afternoon driving through the countryside in search of the major megalith sites. We found two of the three we were looking for before we ran out of daylight. Some are well marked and require a bit of walking to access. Not...More
Spent the morning with Mario visiting 3 important sites. He picked us up on time from our hotel. His knowledge of the agriculture , the culture, geography and history of the area was fantastic. We learned so much and enjoyed the small group. A worthwhile...More
We learned a lot during this interesting tour of megalithic sites close to Evora. The guide, archeologist Mario, is very knowledgeable and is good in transmitting his passion for archeology. We highly recommend visiting these sites with him.
Mario, our guide- a trained archaeologist , provided insights into the lives and culture of life thousands of years ago
Think intimate Stonehenge with close up access
If you are into history- not to be missed.
Wonderful morning. (Also we were fortunate to be with...More
To some, this will merely be a bunch of rock in a field. To me though, it was so evocative to see how the stones were placed in relation to the landscape and to just be still with them. I would highly suggest a very...More
The guided tour by Mario, Ph. D archeologist,was one of our two best experiences (along with Knights Templar Castle) in our two weeks in Portugal.
The stones themselves are striking as one of the few remains of the early millennia of human civilization but would...More
We visited the Neolithic megaliths and dolmons which were very impressive and interesting to see.We learned a lot about the history of Portugal from visiting them and the Neoltihic era. However, the condition of the sites were quite poor. The soil around the stones was...More