A dolmen is a prehistoric structure primarily being a large flat stone supported by vertical stones, usually forming a portal or being what remains of a tomb after the covering earth etc has been eroded away. This one is estimated as being 4-5,000 year old. Little is known about its origins though various suggestions have been made. It's not really been taken over by the tourist industry & simply stands there. About 15 metres long. Its a few metres off the road & at first glance it appears to be on a farmers property but I was assured there wasn't a problem. There was parking by it for about 2 cars. Nothing to pay, no onsite facilities. It's certainly interesting and anything that old has a certain pull, but for most visitors its probably a 5 or 10 minute stop, take a photograph & move on.
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