This dolmen of the Town Hall of Tordoia is located inside a stonework enclosure. Remains of the tumulus (mámoa) are preserved, covered of grass, and in the outskirts pines of great size can be seen.
Popularly known as "Casa da Moura" (the Moorish House) who, according to legend, carried the stone slab from far away, while she wove a dress with her hands.
It conserves six claves of a polygonal chamber of 3,10 x 2,70 m., And a height of 1,70 m. The cover slab, almost 4 x 3.40 m, has a considerable thickness.
The dolmen was declared Historical Monument in 1975
ATTENTION TO THE VISITORS:
Free visitis: everyday
Guided visits: from the 1st july to september 30th every saturday, sunday and holidays from 11 am to 7 pm.
With the collaboration of Tordoia Council
INFORMATION CONCERNING THE CORONAVIRUS:
- The entrance to the places must be done with a mask that each person must wear, except for children under 6 years.
- Distance rules are compulsory and the maximum capacity indicated for each venue must be respected.
- There is hydroalcoholic gel at your disposal.
The visitor assistance services offered by the A Coruña Provincial Council are free.
Additional Information: Heritage and Contracting Service. Tlf .: +34 981 080 314 / +34 981 080 300.