Declared Good of Cultural Interest, it is one of the few ones filled with Low Iberian Epoch (centuries II-III B.C.) excavated in Andalusia. He speaks to us about the company, economy and environment of then. It shows the urbanism of the epoch the stays being distinguished according to the user that they had: stores or craftsmen's workshops presenting places of habitat and of work (mills of flour, cisterns, stores of amphorae, the weight of loom, etc.). The constructions possess a socle of stone and a gathering brick of adobes or capital, remaining in some cases the stamp of the window, the door or the holes of the posts that were sustaining the second floor(flat) of these buildings.