The landscape of this area is dotted with greenhouses that reach down to the coast, where there are some noteworthy small coves with pebble beaches. The best-known is La Barranquera, designated Cultural Heritage Asset under the archaeological site category. This is mostly visited by the locals and it is signposted.
The archaeological zone is located on a cliff and stretches from sea level to 25-70 m., to the west of the village of La Barranquera, in a residential area between the Tanque and the Chamorro ravines, on the coast of Valle de Guerra. This cliffy area includes beach zones that welcome a large number of people during holiday periods, which means there is an increase in anthropic activities on this area of archaeological interest.