Like in all the away games this season, our captain will wear an armband to bond the provinces of both teams together.

For the clash against SD Eibar at Ipurua, the Route of the dolmens in Debabarrena has been depicted, where we can see well-preserved dolmens and menhirs, namely Gizaburuaga, Arribiribilleta and Kerexetaegia hegokoa.

In the case of the dolmens in Huesca, we can find some of the most popular, from left to right: Tella, Aguas Tuertas and Güixas (Villanúa).

Route of the Dolmens • Debabarrena

It runs from Karakate to Iturriberri, giving us the chance to discover up to 19 dolmens and megalithic monuments between the sea and the mountain. Along the trail, there are Prehistoric monuments, such as dolmens, burial mounds and a Neolithic menhir. The archaeological remains are located in strategic spots, usually elevated and next to water bodies. All the trail itself goes across highly valued landscapes of great beauty.

Dolmens in the province of Huesca

Alto Aragon has more than seventy megalithic monuments spread across different valleys, which were built from the Neolithic period to the Bronze Age. From Villanua, Hecho, and Anso to Sobrarbe and the valleys of Tena and Aragon, the Aragonese Pyrenees host a wealth of unique megalithic remains. The access to these Prehistoric remains lets us enjoy fabulous views.

Click here to find out the most important remains.