Montllor’s Menhir

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Identified by Esteve Fa and Tolsanes in 1979.

It is an anthropomorphic granite megalith (person shaped) of a single piece, with a sharp recess at the center of its noon profile. On the eastern side, its surface is partially hanging on the ground of the road, seen in its integrity on the opposite side.

Although it has never been excavated scientifically, its hypothetical construction date could be set to 4,000-2500 BC.

If we continue for about 30 meters, we can climb to the rocky point that is to the right of the path to enjoy the second views of the day in the valley of Tossa’s stream.