The set is located in a short ravine in the great Miocene basin of the Mula River. The shelter opens to the southwest, about 550 meters from sea level.
All the paintings are inside a deep shelter of about 50 m2.
The paintings are both Levantine and schematic.
The first are concentrated in a rocky niche, where you can see an archer and two female figures. Also several quadrupeds between deer and caprids.
Within the set of schematic figurations, the symbolic-religious motifs stand out, among them some poulobulated, ancoroforms and bars.
Next to the shelter of the paintings there is another with a multiple sepulcher of partial calcination.
The visit must be done in a guided group. The Tourist Office organizes visits to this Site on time. Contact the Mula Tourist Office.