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Dolmen de Kercadoret

Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech

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Latitude:47° 35' 22.18" N
Longitude:   2° 58' 41.35" W

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Took us a while to find this one.. we parked in a street called Les Mimosas and were given directions by 2 very friendly locals. You walk behind the houses along a little cycleway. Once you get to some allotments on your left, the dolmen is on the right across a field. Depending on what is growing in the field it may be hard to spot. But its there and its smashing :-) Blonde Posted by Blonde
12th September 2013ce

Kercadoret dolmen. is such a 'minor' site here in this megalithic wonderland that it is not signposted. Julian's instructions in TME are not exactly clear but eventually we managed to work out what the dear old hippy meant.

It's a sweet, classic dolmen found en route down to the main drag to the Locmariaquer monuments and quite complete. If this was in the UK people would travel miles to see it. But here it feels quite forgotten.
Jane Posted by Jane
3rd August 2007ce