This archaeological site features one of the largest and most interesting funerary complexes in the southeast of the peninsula. Different types of burials are represented, with the majority being megalithic, characterized by having a central chamber with a polygonal plan, built with large stones arranged vertically, and a flat roof made from large stone slabs. Some have an access corridor that connects the chamber with the outside. The burials were used as landmarks to demarcate the territory for the Chalcolithic communities and occupied strategic places around the natural communication routes. Located north of Gádor, off the AL-3411.