At the foot of the large rock is the West Monument. Built in a corner of the spur, it overlooks the confluence of the Barcajolo and the Taravo valley. A circular facing three to four metres high encircles this monumental complex. The recognised entrance, which runs along a large boulder, leads to a large chamber cut in half by a central wall. A corridor where two diverticula have been pierced gives access to the other part of the chamber. The monument encompassed the entire rock spur and served as a defensive and dominant model.

En empruntant le chemin traversant les formations rocheuses naturelles, on passe derrière l’abri sous roche, ouvert au nord, qui servit successivement d’habitat et de sépulture au cours des occupations du site.