Rock 1.- Lines and cups

A number of cups are joined by furrows. One of these grooves is born of a bowl at the top ending in a cell naturally having a groove as a drain outlet. This might suggest its use as a stand-altar, with intervention in ritual acts of liquids. Some cups can be seen at ground level at the foot of the large surface area.

Visible at any time.

Rock 2.- Lines

Center stage in this rock is for rercorren surface grooves in a web of lines associated with each other resulting in a complex composition.

These compositions, dominated by lines arranged in a way that escapes us what the recorder wanted to represent were characteristics of this area, and so nearby stations and in the Alto de Morouzo and Pousadela in Pedornes have similar representations.

Visible at any time.

Rock 3.- Quadrangle figure

West of the Rock 2, on a surface slightly inclined towards the south, are identified with difficulty some circular figures with crosses and lines difficult to define. Figure more easily recognized, is a quadrangle with parallel lines to the shorter sides regularly arranged in its interior. This figure is in the west vertical face of the rock.

Visible only under oblique light.

Rock 4.-

South of the surface number 2, a slightly protruding rock on the ground you can see a small circle with three small cups inside.

Hard to see, only in raking light.

Rock 5.- Circular figures

Next to the rock number 4, we have a very altered area that can be seen in some concentric circles, cups and lines difficult to read.

Only in raking light.

Rock 6.- Mills

North of rocks 1 and 2, a rectangular pool surface has a longitudinal section easily visible, with recesses in their ends, is seen beside another pool but shallower. Is the result of carrying out repeatedly in the same place a grinding work material was related to perhaps mining work. At his side, at ground level several cups.

Visible at any time.