Sant Martí Caves and Cliffs (Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age; 700ac-3500ac)
The impressive cliffs that virtually surround Sant Martí de Llémena were also home to prehistoric habitats in the many caves during the Neolithic, Copper and Bronze Ages (3500-700 BC). In the Rocafesa cliffs there are several caves: Boratuna cave, where Neolithic ceramics have been found; Roc del Mirador, which has a single chamber and was used for burials in the Late Bronze Age (1200-700 BC); Pla d'en Tallada cave, a burial site from the Copper or Bronze Age; Fontsaveu, which is the most accessible, and also dates back to the Copper Age (c. 2000 BC).
On Sant Roc cliff, which is best accessed from Sant Esteve de Llémena, when it has been raining you can observe from the main road (GI-531) the cascades at Gorga de les Bruixes waterfall (20.5km on the road) and Buch (19km).
|Town:||Sant Martí de Llémena|
|Dirección:||Cliffs of San Roque and Rocafesa. Access, in general, difficult and must be exclusively on foot. The cave Fontsaveu has easy access, along with the GI-531, km. 13.500
|Visita:||Free access to care.