It is a natural water source where water flows throughout the year. This nature site is located to the East, on the Creus Mountain in the top of Corbera’s mountain range, 230 metres high. There are beautiful walking routes to arrive there.
Here you will find the Cantus’ little caves date from the late Mesolithic, between 12.000 and 9.000 b.c. There are engravings on an even surface. From the top there is a good view of the coastline between Tavernes and the Montgó mountain.
It is also of interest to point out that the special feature of this soil, calcareous rock, contributes that all the area of the Creus mountain (fountain of Barber, fountain of Sangonera, fountain of the Granata and little fountains of Cantus) is linked by the groundwater that flows across the town centre until the oldest fountain in the town, the Canut Fountain. It was the first to supply the town with water about 150 years ago.