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Almendres Cromlech

Recinto Megalitico dos Almendres | Near Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe a 15 Kms de Évora, Evora, Portugal
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Recinto Megalitico dos Almendres | Near Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe a 15 Kms de Évora, Evora, Portugal
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very interesting paleo period assemblage of large stones, in the manner of Stonehenge. I am not a scholor in these matters but I understand these were found mostly, all?, laying on their sides and archeologists needed to use their best guesses as to the original...More

Thank Kairho1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was probably used for Solstice ceremonies related to the cycles of nature in the Neolithic period. Great view.

Thank Sandra Z
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We toured this site with archeologist Mario, who brought history alive with his passion for this site

Thank Rachelle J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you have any interest in archeology it’s worthwhile going here to see these 95 standing stones in a circle arranged for astronomical observations of the solstices. I recommend going with Ebora Megalithica which is owned and run by archeologist Mario Carvalho who is a...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

These standing stones (ca 5000 BC) form one of the largest megalithic sites in Europe. We had a car and the signage was good; the roads not so much.

Thank ShowMeSomething
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Evora is a place we passed thru on our way from Lisbon airport to the northern town of Amares Portugal. It is definately rich in history both roman ruins, churches and the monoliths of Almendes Cromlech. I was lucky enough to visit the Avebury circles...More

Thank chickandbeast
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

To think that people were living on these hills thousands of years ago is pretty incredible...The cromlech is worth a detour on your way in or out of Évora.

Thank CRPalma
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We made this a quick stop on our way into town. It is worth the small diversion to see this historic site. It is well signed, and the path from the parking lot is wide and mostly level.

Thank phat_dawg_21
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

Take the small group tour with Mario to see these amazing megaliths. He brings it to life with his stories and explanations. This was a highlight of our trip to Portugal.

Thank Marianne C
Reviewed 2 November 2017

Walk around these 4 - 6,000 year old arrangements of giant boulders and contemplate the ancient humans who somehow placed them there and how you fit into this cosmic scheme.

Thank RamaGama
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Response from Echodularge | Reviewed this property |
We visited the site with a very competent guide. He picked us up with a driver at our hotel along with a few other persons coming from other hotels. He knows the way and the site being an archeologist himself. The... More
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Elena S
9 February 2016|
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Response from Tim T | Reviewed this property |
No public transport, and it's well off the beaten track. We had our own car, but car hire is cheap in Portugal (if you don't do it through an hotel) - probably less than a taxi. Well worth the trek, however you get there. We... More
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