It is one of the most emblematic and with best referenced fountains in Montilla.
It is located in the Camino de La Magdalena 1 km north to the city, in the southern end of a cattle road.
It is located 2 km north the city at the western side of the ancient path to Cordoba, 800 km away from the Fuente Nueva.
This fountain probably has a Roman origin, due to the fact that it has a tank made of opus caementicium.
It is located to the east of Cerro Simón, to the south of el Castillejo and to the northeast of Descansavacas fountain.
It has a squared pillar built with solid brick which withdraw its content directly to the ground creating brooklets.
This fountain is around 6 km far from northeast of Montilla at ‘Cordel del Chorrillo’ cattle route.
It is located at ‘Camino de Montemayor’ coming around Huelma orchard. Around 1.5 km far from the town centre.