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Mare-ès-Mauves

L'Ancresse Common, Vale, GY3


This Neolithic burial chamber - also known as "The Cromlech" -  lies on the edge of the 13th hole of the L'Ancresse golf course. Dating from the Chalcolithic or Early Bronze Age (2500 - 1800 BC) it was discovered in 1837 and excavated by F. C. Lukis.

 

Facilities & Amenities

  • Access - Walking towards Pembroke. This small cist can be found on the right about 200m from the beach or 100 metres southwest of Martello Tower no. 7
  • Perry's Guide  - 6C3
  • Parking - Public car park at L'Ancresse Beach
  •  On Bus Routes - 11, 12, 91, 92
  • Close to - L'Ancresse Beach, Pembroke Bay Beach