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Atmospheric dolmen in a peaceful wood

We took the road up from Calonge - the sat nav said it was an unmade road, but it was relatively... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Pip T
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London, United Kingdom
Nice walk to the Menhir and stone grave

We walked from Mas Nou via Romanya de la selva to this interesting grave. On the trail from Romanya... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2016
Karl D
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Munich, Germany
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6 days ago
“Atmospheric dolmen in a peaceful wood”
9 Jun 2016
“Nice walk to the Menhir and stone grave”
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Santa Cristina d'Aro, Spain
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We took the road up from Calonge - the sat nav said it was an unmade road, but it was relatively wide and well surfaced. You park in a small car park, and it's only about a 5 minute walk to the dolmen. It's not...More

Thank Pip T
Reviewed 9 June 2016

We walked from Mas Nou via Romanya de la selva to this interesting grave. On the trail from Romanya to the Stone grave you already pass at some Menhirs. The way back via route C110 takes longer as just along the road. We found it...More

Thank Karl D
Reviewed 14 January 2016

This ancient stone Dolmen site is extraordinary experience in many ways. I have been to Stonehenge (England), and Maes Howe /Ring of Brodgar (Orkney Islands). Cova d'en Daina - almost organic out-of-the-way site is worth visiting and experiencing for many reasons. This extraordinary Dolmen is...More

1  Thank Zen S
Reviewed 30 December 2015 via mobile

If visiting the area, I would certainly take the time to go to Cova de'n Daina, as a moment to get away from the crowds on the beach. The drive up there is curvy, and has beautiful views. The stone dolmen itself is simple (this...More

Thank Pauak
Reviewed 6 September 2015

It takes some time (15 minutes) if you leave the highway at Sta. Cristina d'Aro, but if you love these prehistoric sites, you will not be disappointed. It is a very complete dolmen, with an explantation panel, nicely set in a little forest with cork...More

Thank Detritus68
Reviewed 12 July 2013

If you happen to be passing you could do worse than stop for 15 minutes to view this old stone burial chamber. There's a small car park and then it's a short walk to see the stones. You can climb inside the chamber but there's...More

Thank Rosemary T
Reviewed 5 June 2013 via mobile

Ok, so it's rarity factor might make it worthwhile. Best to do as a round trip coming up from Cabanyes/Calonge, enjoying the twisting road up throughout the Gavarres where many cycle racers choose to train - stopping off at this attraction and then taking a...More

2  Thank WalkerTravelGroup
Reviewed 18 January 2013

A dolmen over 3,000 years old. They haven't covered it up, so you can still see all the structure of this (probable) grave site.

Thank Miquel_Strubell_True
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