Cueva del Rey Moro
Ayora (Valle de Cofrentes-Ayora, Valencia)
This is a large rock shelter measuring 91 m wide x 20 m maximum depth. The cavity where the paintings are located is quite small: only 3.20 m in length.
The site was first reported by Cabré (1915). It preserves a series of purplish-red punctiform motifs, made by fingertip printing or some kind of thick brush. These representations should probably be classified as schematic art.