As you drive further west you will see a sign to the tumulus and creperie where you can get coffee and also visit the site that is on private land for 1 Euro. Drive to the chateau car park and there is an honesty box and information sheet on the site to borrow for your visit. A short walk takes you to it.
The chamber with a standing stone on top
The chamber still has a mound over it and is set in pine trees. On the top of the mound is a standing stone that is 2.2m (7ft) and the surrounding circle is set about 5m out from the kerbstones. This site has been dated to 5700BC and is thought to be one of the earliest constructions in the area predating Stonehenge and the pyramids.
The main arc of stonesA 6m long passage leads to the chamber and the luxury of electric lights is provided. It has a large capstone that has a carved axe design as well as another form. A “figurine” design is on a chamber stone and some of the passage stones have geometric designs. It is well worth the short detour to visit.