Puddle of Cataño

In the Barranco de la Bóveda, in the town of El Escobonal, there are a number of basaltic pits that conserve rainwater used for human and animal use. In all seasons of the year, these puddles were not only meant for direct consumption, but also for washing the laundry of previous generations.

One of these depressions is the Charco de Cataño, which was itself a natural reservoir in which the water was caught due to the erosion of the rock itself.