Dolmen de Romeral

This dates to the late Copper Age, around 1800 BC, and consists of a long access corridor, burial chamber (4.5 m across), and a second chamber (2.5 m across) which is entered through a small corridor. Its outstanding feature is the use of dry-stone construction, that makes up the corbelled semi-domes of both chambers. The semi-domes are closed at the top by large stone slabs. The mound above it is more than 90 m in diameter and over 9 meter high.