The wood surrounding this archaeological site was part of the landscape during the Pre-historic period. The fruit from the holm oak (Quercus Ilex), the acorn, was part of the diet of this community. Associated to this species, we find similar bushes which prevent a clear view of the archaeological structures. It is most probable that three thousands years ago this piece of land was cleared for cultivation.

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