7. Dolmen de la Pallera
Discovery: It was discovered on 5th June 1985. It is named by the members of Geseart.
Location and environment: Located on a plateau, on the high part of la Vall creek. It is located on a dominant zone. Bush is the current vegetation. It was a vineyard cultivation zone. When the dolmen was built, it was most likely a holly oak woods and bushes zone.
Appearance: It is a passage tomb with a long trapezoid chamber and a narrow corridor. Built in gneiss. No cover has been preserved. There are some tumulus remains, which surely have been 7 m diameter.
Building era: Second half of IV millennia B.C. (second period of the passage tombs in l’Alt Empordà – Rosselló)