Up in the mountains, in the Parque de San Isidro, in Pedregales outside Estepona town is the Corominas museum.
It is underground, because you are, in theory, going into a burial chamber, a dolmen, from the Bronze Age.
Inside are some interesting objects found when they excavated the tombs, including pottery, flint and bronze tools, arrow heads, axes, etc. together with the buckles and jewellery that decorated the bodies when they were laid to rest. The bead and shell necklaces in particular are quite surprising.
It is all very professionally presented, and well worth a visit.
If you get the timing right, you can combine it with a very pleasant walk around the Parque San Isidro (check out the review), and even have a picnic there with a lovely view all the way down to Estepona.
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