Updated 3rd January 2000; 27th October 2001; 12th November 2002; 8th November
2003; 27th February 2008; 15th April, 21st December 2008; 4th May 2022
Little more than a large rock shelter, some 20m wide and 10m deep. The cave rises to alcoves on the northern side and there is a deeper recess with tree roots to the south. (The survey doesn't do justice to the shelter.) A small flint found in September 1988 perhaps indicates that the cave contains palaeolithic remains. There was a "passing" visit to the "grande" rock shelter at Easter 2022.
A GPS reading of ETRS89: 30T 452723 4796757 cannot sensibly be applied to the "entrance".
References: Fernández Gutiérrez et al, 1966 (survey); Corrin J S and Smith P, 1981; Smith Peter and Ruiz Cobo Jesús, 1999; Ruiz Cobo Jesús and Smith Peter et al, 2001; anon., 2008b (February logbook); anon., 2008c (Easter logbook); Ruiz Cobo Jesús et al, 2008 (survey); anon., 2022b (Easter logbook)
Entrance picture : yes
Underground picture(s): yes
Detailed Survey : from 1964: low res high res
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file :