Located almost seven kilometers from the village of Tivissa, at the foot of the ravine that bears the same name, the cave paintings of the Cuevas de Vilella are divided into three caves:
The cave of the Risco contains a single representation constituted by the figure of an archer or hunter, of 32 cm of height, in disposition to shoot the bow.
The cave of the Herd contains a set of nine animals similar to Pyrenean Hispanic goats.
The Pi cave houses paintings that are difficult to distinguish and perceive.
To visit the Cuevas de Vilella, we will make a circular route of 12 km passing through emblematic points such as the fountain and the hermitage of San Blas, where the first mark of great trails (GR) of the peninsula is found. Its maximum splendor the Mortar of Peñarroja and we will know the legends that of him are explained happening next to the fang of the Coast of the Moor. Back to the village we will pass through the ravine of Fogassos and the neck of the Monegret, from where we can enjoy nature in its wild state and unbeatable views