1. Dolmen de Taballera

Discovery: Discovered by Romuald Alfaràs in XIX century.

Location and environment: Located between the Mas Paltré and Taballera creeks. Located at the peak of a mount (Puig de Maho), on a dominant zone. The vegetation is besom heath and sage-leaved rock rose bush. It is an old vineyard area. When the dolmen was built, it was most likely a holly oak woods zone.

Appearance: It is a passage tomb with a rectangular chamber and a wide corridor. Built in slate. The cover is not preserved. There are no remains of the tumulus, which should have measured 6-7m diameter.

Building era: First half of III millennia B.C. (fourth period of the passage tombs in l’Alt Empordà – Rosselló)