This original space represents a mound of approximately 200 square metres. Its installations are underground and it has the appearance of a burial mound (in a subliminal way it invokes the entrance of a dolmen).
This space has varied contents on the megalithic complex of this area, which is one of the most important in Europe. It contains full documentation to show the megalithic richness of various municipalities in the area and includes information on Portuguese villages rich in megalithic elements. Visitors to the museum can contemplate various exhibits, panels, and audiovisual resources.
Moreover, the interpretation centre is part of a megalithic route of 7 kilometres known as ‘El Buraco’ which is fully marked. It starts from the Chapel of San Cristóbal which is about 1,500 metres from the village and explores the Chozo de Juan Galavis, the Dolmen Culture Interpretation Centre, the El Buraco Cave, and the natural viewpoint alongside the Cabeza de Buey hill-fort.