This site is located at the confluence of the Río Guadiana Menor and the Río Fardes. It dates back to the Bronze Age and was the site of an Argaric settlement. Here, ceramic pots, ornaments, stone and bone objects were found, as well as traces of metal objects and basketry. The settlement is organised on man-made terraces reinforced by stone. Here the homes and single-chambered graves were built in an ordered fashion. One of the burial chambers from this site has been reconstructed and is on display in the Museo Arqueológico de Granada.