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Los Millares is a well preserved and presented copper and bronze age site in Almeria. It is free to enter. Do not miss the trek round the 10 'forts' that guarded the approach to the village. A must see for any pre-historian.
The neolithic site is beautyful and the entrance for free. The wide areal is easy to walk, explanation tables at the excavations. It is absolutely worth a visit. We went there by car, parking space at the small museum. No dogs allowed.
The archeological museum of Almeria is an excellent visit to do (and even more when it is raining - which is not supposed to be often!). Free for people from the EU, it starts with a temporary exposition, now (until the 18th of July 2018)...More
This a great site and well worth the visit, but do not go to the address Carretera Rhonda that is the museum in Almeria. The site is on the road between Godor and Santa Fe 20km away!
Sometimes I get more fund out of reading...More
A very well laid out set of exhibits in this archaeological site about 20km north of Almeria.
A reconstruction of the buildings in a seperate area to the archaeological digs really brings the place to life.
One of the earliest early bronxe age sites in...More
Apart from being a cold day (and the fantastic staff opened the gate so we could drive to the archaeological site and stay out of the wind), the site is tremendous. The museum has good descriptions in Spanish, English and German, and scale models showing...More
Out of the way and easy to miss the white building that is not well marked. There is no charge but perhaps there should be, as the experience could be enhanced. Make sure to watch the nine minute video as it gives you a better...More
Having previously seen some of the finds from this site in the main museum in Almeria, it was good to walk around the place where they came from (just outside Gador). The frequent information boards around the site are detailed and written in both Spanish...More
Really enjoyed what we saw. Disappointed told video/film was not possible to watch. Information lady advised times taken to visit each site, original and reconstructed. Also emphasised they were closing at 2pm! We felt rushed and could have taken more time. Went back to the...More
I am un-aware of any public transport in this area. You may be able to book on as part of a tour, but the best way to explore is to hire a car. Then you can take your time and travel to where ever you want at your own pace... More
I am un-aware of any public transport in this area. You may be able to book on as part of a tour, but the best way to explore is to hire a car. Then you can take your time and travel to where ever you want at your own pace.
Driving in this part of Spain is easy, just take your time and a good map (plenty on Amazon) or use Google Maps/Earth.
All the best,