Capocorb Vell megalithic village, Llucmajor, Mallorca

Placed next to the sea at the south of mallorca, 3 kilometers far from both Cap Blanc and Cala Pí, it's easy to find taking the road that leads from Arenal to LLucmajor following the coast drive. We can find on it five "talaiots" and twenty-eight "rooms" with a total area of 7.000 square meters, but with another megalithic constructions out of its own border. Its origins are so far as 3.000 years old, but there are signals of inhabitants until Middle Age. The excavation began in 1918 by Josep Colominas, nowadays it can be visited paying a cheap ticket to entry.

Copyright: Guillem alemany
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Uploaded: 03/02/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014


Tags: capocorb; mallorca; llucmajor; megalithic; ruins; prehistory
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