This 40m long rock shelter has 25 pictographs preserved (c. 6000 BC - 4000 BC). Color and stylistic differences indicates that these figures were painted over more than one pictoral stage. All these paintings are thematically and stylisticly connected to the remainder rock art sites at La Valltorta Gorge. Three panels can be differentiated. In sector 1 there are a wild boar hunting scene, in which an archer running with the legs opened in 180º is chasing a wild boar. Other remarkable pictographs are a bull head and an antropomorph climbing a tree or a cliff.
Daily guided visits are organized by Museum of Valltorta, at 10:00 AM. Additional information in: Museum of Valltorta, Pla de l'Hom, s/n, 12179 Tírig, Castellón. Phone: 964 33 60 10.
To arrive to the Museum of Valltorta, from Tírig take CV-130 road towards Albocàsser. Take CV-131 road in the second exit at a roundabout towards Les Coves de Vinromà. After around 700 m take a right turn towards the Museum.