The dolmen de la Pastora is located in the town of Valencina de la Concepción, Seville.
Discovered in 1860, it is a tholos with a long corridor that ends with a circular chamber at the bottom. The roof and the floor are built with large slabs; Its walls are made of slate slabs that in the chamber form a false dome by approaching rows. The corridor is divided into three sections separated from each other by protruding slabs as doors and steps. The initial section has been poorly preserved, so the roof and part of the side walls have disappeared. The orientation of its entrance looking towards Poniente is different from the rest of Andalusian megaliths with access from the east. This dolmen is the set of several dolmens that Valencina de la Concepción has and that can be visited.