Majorca's prehistoric hinterland was a place where changes occurred constantly but slowly. The inhabitants of the island assembled their lives and their culture according to their natural environment and to outer contacts from the Mediterranean Sea. But something happened in the 9th century BC and, all of a sudden, everything hastened in native's way of life changing their whole culture forever.
Join me at The 4. 000 Years tour and get an insight into Majorca's genuine past!
We will visit four archaeological sites that will give us a full sight of Majorca's prehistoric and ancient past:
a)Naveta Alemany: a single huge familiar living space built almost 4. 000 years ago, in the Bronze Age.
b)Son Ferrer's Tumulus: a monument that combines an underground burial place dated back from 1. 700 B. C. and a tower shaped altar built on it 3. 000 years ago.
c)Sa Mesquida: the ruins of a Roman ceramics factory built between the 1st century B. C. and the 1st century A. D.
d)Sa Morisca's Archaeological Park: archaeological park located on the hill of Sa Morisca and its surroundings. The most notable monuments are the scattered ruins of the former village dated back from the 900 B. C and the tower on the top of the hill, from the same age.
• Transport included.
Hey, my name is Albert! I am a Bachelor's Degree holder in History and I have been working as a Licensed Tourist Guide for more than two years. I do historical tours around Mallorca and, specially, in its capital: Palma. Since I was a kid my passion has always been History. I am very enthusiastic for Palma because I think my city holds one of the most important monumental sets in Europe: Palma's old town. That's why I'm trying really hard that what I actually love in life be seen by everybody as true profession, not only a hobby. I am proud to say I am getting it so far. History is my life and what I do best is bringing people back to the past through our wonderful heritage. If you ever thought history was a boring thing, I'll be glad to prove that you couldn't be more wrong. I encourage you to join me and you will realize how thrilling is knowing what happenned centuries ago on the very same streets we are walking by today. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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