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Corominas Dolmen Centre

Diputación de Málaga

Corominas Dolmen Centre

This is the first known dolmenic necropolis complex on the Costa del Sol, which was built some 5,000 years ago. It consists of several structures coated with stone slabs, containing the remains of dozens of individuals and their burial deposits.

Located in Los Pedregales, the Corominas Interpretation Centre has been opened since March 2007. This is the first known dolmenic necropolis complex on the Costa del Sol, which was built some 5,000 years ago. It consists of several structures coated with stone slabs, containing the remains of dozens of individuals and their burial deposits.

The Centre houses the sepulchres, which are made up of a 24-metre wide and 6-metre high vault, and a reconstruction of the site's topography, including the 5,000-year-old dolmens, still sitting in their original position. Dozens of buried individuals were found here along with pottery vessels, stone tools, arrowheads, axes, and personal ornaments, including necklace beads, some made of semi-precious stones, as well as perforated seashells.

Information panels, display cabinets showing found materials, a constellation sky of the time, and high-quality illumination round off this exhibition.

Corominas is the southernmost megalithic necropolises in Andalucía. Additionally, it is one of the most important ones in our historical and cultural heritage.

Visiting hours:

Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 a.m - 2:30 p.m.
Admission fee is 1.5 €; the guided tour fee is 3 €.

Archaelogical Sites > Necropolis
Parque de San Isidro de los Pedregales, Zip Code 29680
675942975
Schedule - Las visitas se hacen con cita previa, normalmente los sábados.