This rock shelter is inside of the Valltorta gorge, close to the point where Matamoros ravine flows into it. The site is on a steep side around 20 m above the bottom of the gorge. It is very near to a toll, a natural pool full of fresh water over most of the year. The rock art is very weathered; most of the pictographs are naturally defaced by weathering, and covered by thick calcite crusts that hide them. Two panels are preserved here; in the first one a large stag head should be highlighted. In the second there are a pair of Levantine human figures, and some animals and several weathered remains.
This shelter is not open to public because of its hard access and poor preservation of paintings.