Plaque 7 - Road of the Watering Place
As a vital element of life, water has always held great importance in Comares. Storage was always a worry for the inhabitants. The numerous springs around the village were jealously guarded in the past because of the need to conserve water.
The women went down to the springs with containers, jumping from stone to stone, but returning slowly along the same path. The men also participated in this activity by making their mules available with their water-carriers. Bless 'em.
From the castle grounds you can enter into the cemetery at the entrance to which you will see the ancient Aljibe (water storage tank).