Near Albalate, following the local road towards Ariño, and after passing the beautiful and recently restored hermitage of Saint Joseph (ermita de San José ), a path can be found on the left side of the road. The route follows a rocky plate-shaped platform locally known as Saint Joseph 's plates (lastras de San José ), surrounded by traditional barns and farmyards.
Along the plates are water-hallowed areas-channels and pots-probably related to obscure water rituals. Other much longer and deeper channels flowed into flat areas for the purposes of natural irrigation or into deep wells to store water. The wells are surrounded by a construction meant to protect the water against dirt and dust. In the same area we can also find a large number of human-shaped medieval and visigothic tombs hollowed out in the rock. A series of thematic notes, maps and information boards will help us become acquainted with this rich environment.