This is the highest point in the village. It was likely the location of the first human settlement in the area, as the ceramic and Libyan-Punic coins found appear to suggest. Furthermore, the few remains found of the fortress for which the village is named are located on the hilltop.
The foundations and some underground constructions are all that is left of the Roman period. It has currently been renovated as a leisure and recreation park, from where the River Guadiamar can be seen.