Grabados Rupestres de Piedras Blancas
Rock engraving on the southern slope of the Sierra de los Filabres, at an altitude of 1,400m. It is the representation of a complete figure of a horse, in absolute profile and with a slightly ascending position, from back to front. Its conventions place us in the middle of the Upper Paleolithic era, corresponding to the Solutrean stage. It is one of the few manifestations of Paleolithic rock art in the open air in the south of the peninsula. Declared a Site of Cultural Interest in 1985. Located in Escúllar.