Rock Art in the Mountains

Our morning sunrise with our coffee…

Inland the almond trees are in full bloom


These stone huts were made for protection from the elements – man or animal.

Very nice construction of dry stacked stone.

We headed to Museu de la Valltorta near Tirig to see Neolithic rock art from around 6,000 years old.

Our guide Julia lead us along with a couple from near Valencia and another from Barcelona.

Las Pinturas Ruprestres (cave paintings) – more rock art near Ulldecona in Catalon

Well worth our time with another very good guide, Jordan.

We were near the Ebre Delta so drove into the wetlands to see some flamingos!

On the way we saw this route of very large old olive trees!

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