The cairn of Little Mount is a Neolithic tomb.
Located at the tip of the peninsula Rhuys, oceanfront, overlooking the bay of Quiberon and the Golfe du Morbihan on a rocky point.
The cairn is a stone construction covering today, two passage dolmens, which were tombs from 4500 to 2000 BC A dolmen was destroyed during World War II by building a bunker.
The architecture is megalithic dolmens, walls, floors and ceilings are composed of huge blocks of granite on which men have engraved signs, still visible today.
This monument is a witness of agro-pastoralists, who have lived in this area for the last thousand years of prehistory.
It is part of a prestigious group of megalithic sites in Britain, as Gavrinis Table of Merchant or the alignments of Carnac and Monteneuf and many others.