The archaeological site, which is open to the public, contains the remains of one of the most important Iberian settlements in the Ilercavon territory. It preserves a wide variety of domestic spaces, defensive structures and high-status buildings. Informative panels have been erected next to the most important structures and there is a central area with an explanation of the culture of the Iberians.
The hilltop site has magnificent views of the coast and is just a few metres from the Mare de Déu del Remei chapel. There is an educational area where a domestic space has been recreated to show what life would have been like in an Iberian house.
Activities: Educational workshops and historical re-enactment activities.