Updated 6th November 2004; 16th May, 1st July 2009; 1st June 2018
A cave and a rock-shelter next to each other. The cave is a single passage, with an opening to the surface on the left. It ends in a crawl, after which it soon gets too tight.
The rock-shelter was excavated in 2009, and has Mesolithic and Azilian levels.
The survey in Catalogo Topografico de las Cavidades con Interes
Arqueologico (GEISC/R and CAEAP, 1986) doesn't agree with the surveys
below. The survey in Pérez-Bartolomé Mercedes et al, 2016 has the cave passage heading in a north direction.
References: GEISC/R and CAEAP, 1986 (survey); Muñoz E, 1988; material in file; Ruiz Cobo Jesús and Muñoz Fernández Emilio et al, 2009 (survey); anon., 2009b (Whit logbook); Pérez-Bartolomé Mercedes et al, 2016 (survey)
Entrance pictures : yes
Underground picture(s): yes
Detailed Survey : 1:500 (1986) survey (2009 pdf) Cueva & abrigo
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file : yes (Coordinates altered to fit ETRS89 datum, April 2014.)