Anta with shale rocks consisting of two Struts positioned in the original context and other displaced 2. Is visible only the boot of TUMULUS. Apparently would have a circular plan. Seems to possess Hall North-oriented. The interior of the Chamber seems to have been subject to infringement.
Large tapir situated along the river of the handle. Thought to have been built between 3500 and 3000 BC and who have witnessed at least 134 burials. When was excavated was found that had already been previously disturbed. The estate found is considerable in quantity and diversity.
Megalithic funerary monument in the Megalithic Necropolis of the plateau of Mourela, located about 50 metres from the crossing for 60\/Pitões das Júnias. Is partially cut in in difficult visibility, 513. Presents a slight central depression, being only a perceptive mainstay and faint traces of armor.
Megalithic funerary monument located on a hill overlooking the ribeira da Cambela. It is a large tumulus, about eleven metres, easy visibility in the landscape. Presents a "tumuli" high, a central depression very sharp, an extensive lytic armour and a retaining ring, not being visible traces of dolmen.
Tumulus well visible in the landscape, located at the intersection of the path with the County Road. Presents about 14 feet in diameter and two meters high, with a central depression very sharp. Are not identified traces of dolmen, but are visible remnants of lytic Cuirass. Belongs to the Megalithic necropolis of the Mourela plateau.