Final Epigravettian mountain site with two inhabited palaeosurfaces in exceptional condition. The complex returned figurative movables consisting of 267 painted stones (rarely engraved) with zoomorphic, anthropomorphic, geometric and linear motifs.
The dimensions are roughly between 10-24 cm.
The characteristics of the paintings are not homogeneous and two distinct styles can be observed, that of the schematic and that of the naturalistic.
The painted stones belong to the oldest phase of attendance (about 11,500 to 11,250 bp uncal.). The successive phase is almost contemporary, only slightly more recent.
Most of the stones were concentrated in the vicinity of two large pits and scattered over an area of about 30 square metres, with the painted sides facing down, in this case often marked by a small sign of recognition painted on the visible side. It is likely that during the oldest phase of attendance an area had been demarcated for ritual practices.