The dolmens

1.- Gizaburuaga

1.- Gizaburuaga

Today, two slabs of the original chamber are preserved. A stone tumulus, made with local basalts, can be seen around it. One of the slabs had fallen over, and during the reconstruction works it was put upright.

2.- Idoia (Iruia)

2.- Idoia (Iruia)

Only one slab from the original chamber is preserved. The stone tumulus, made with local basalts, can be sseen around it.

3.- Atxolin

3.- Atxolin

Only one slab from the original chamber is preserved, and the stone tumulus, made with local basalts, can be seen around it.

4.- Aizkoin

4.- Aizkoin

There is no known chamber and the monument is composed of a large tumulus. There is a looting hole in the middle.

5.- Atxolintxiki I

5.- Atxolintxiki I

No trace of the original chamber has been found. Only the tumulus, built with local basalts, is known. Right in the middle there is a hole of a depth of 0.6m.

6.- Atxolintxiki II

6.- Atxolintxiki II

There is a small chamber in the middle of a tumulus of stones. A large beech tree has grown above the structure.

7.- Sabua

7.- Sabua

It is a small tumulus. No chamber has been found. It is located on a rocky outcrop, covered by grass, and it is hard to spot it in the relief of the terrain.

8.- Pagobedeinkatua

8.- Pagobedeinkatua

A circular tumulus, which shows a large hole in the middle most likely caused by looting. No chamber has been located.