Castro Urdiales, the cave of Peña del Cuco is situated
in the base of a cliff 25 meter over the sea level. In
1966, the Sautuola Seminar, leaded by García Guinea
begun the research of these cave figures. During the
first visit a big deer, of palaeolithic chronology, was
located on one of the walls in the cave.
Absolutely all the evidences located are on the
right wall, and are engraved with very fine incisions.
The animal more times represented is the deer, although
the presence of horses and goats, with other figures
difficultly interpreted have been also found.
The style of these figures allow to
place the chronology of this group, almost for sure, in