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Menir do Monte dos Almendres, Evora

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  • Beautiful, well-preserved. I'd say imposing. Less good, access road and finally a walk of 200 meters in the rough and narrow, that when it rains it should stay like that impractical
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  • Magnificent specimen of megalitica art. Worth at your historical and patrimonial value and your location, in complete harmony with the landscape of Alentejo. A pleasant walk is required to get there. Unfortunately access to the parking lot of cars not done in the best conditions
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  • Simple, but fancy. No one can fail to register the passage of this culture in the region. Along with Cromlech, we can see the tributes to the sacred of that culture.
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  • It's a free roam type of place, no tickets, no fuss. The road is long and unpaved and quite bumpy with ripples, it's a bit uncomfortable, but any car can take it. For the single stone, wear appropriate footwear. The grouped stones are wheelchair accessible, the single stone isn't. Take water with you and use the toilet before going. It also gives you a chance to see the cork trees up close. I think there are also guided tours on horses, but don't know where to apply for that.
  • A little info board at the site would be a nice to have.
  • It's a single standing stone after about 5 mins walk.
  • Close to Cromeleque Dos Almendres. Worth a visit.
  • Cool small megalithic monument in an idilic surrounding