Cabezo Ladrero is a site that is just beginning to be excavated. It is very likely that if you visit in summer, you will see a team of archaeologists in action. Look at the tools they use. Their basic tools are the pick, the shovel, brushes, brooms, a scraper, a measuring tape.
In this Roman site from the first century, they have found important archaeological remains that indicate that it was an enclave of great importance for the time. In 2016 the Cabeza Ladrero Archaeological Project began, directed by Ángel Jordán, whose objective is the excavation, study and exhibition of this site. In the summer of 2018, the IV Excavations Campaign took place, and the project is still under way, with the intention of progressing a little more each year.