(1) Two adjacent dolmens. The northern dolmen was very large (diam. 15 m, height 2.5 m) and a burial cell was visible in the southern dolmen.
(2) A destroyed dolmen (diam. 4 m) delimited by a circle of stones. It appears to have been plundered in the past.
(3) A stone heap, possibly a dolmen.
(4) A stone heap (length 4 m), possibly the ruins of walls or a dolmen. 
(5) A few fragments of pottery vessels scattered on the ground in an area used for farming.
(6) Two small piles of stones adjacent to each other, possibly stone clearance heaps in an agricultural area.
(7) A large heap of stones (diam. 15 m), possibly a dolmen. 
(8) A large ruinous dolmen (diam. 15 m), delimited by a circle of stones.
(9) A robbed dolmen with a burial cell, surmounted by a covering stone.
(10) A ruinous dolmen, delimited by a circle of stones. It seems that one of the stones was used to cover the burial cell.
(11) A large heap (diam. 12 m) of medium-sized fieldstones, possibly a dolmen.