'Finca las Peñas de los Gitanos' in Montefrío, Granada, is an archaeological complex and natural enclave in the provinces of Granada. It's a space charged with history that has acted as a frontier since the Neolithic until the end of the Nasrid dynasty. It has been used for the last for the last 6 thousand years as a refuge for cattle and a source of vegetal wealth. It covers a stretch of 6 kilometres, and in it can be found prehistoric tombs with well-preserved dolmens, various Bronze Age and Copper Age necropolises, Roman-Visigoth villages, as well as remains from occupations across many periods, from the Neolithic to the present. After the Civil War it was occupied by groups of gypsy families that lived there permanently. Declared a site of Cultural Interest by the UNESCO in 1996, it is 5 kilometres away from Montefrío, which offers visitors various interesting monuments, such as the 'Iglesia de la Villa' which is a castle-turned-church.
- Key points:
- Guided visit to the Megalithic Natural Complex
- Biodanza "La gentileza del encuentro" with Lourdes Contreras
- 2 Nights
- Price: from €360 per person in shared 4-person apartments