Situated on a strategic vantage point, the Coll del Moro Iberian village gave the Ilercavones tribe a commanding view of the broad territory in which the natural communication routes between Lower Aragon and the Ebro Delta converged, the commercial trade routes between the coast and inland communities. The settlement was occupied between the 5th and 1st century BC.

It is one of the few sites where visitors can visit both the village and necropolis. Studies on the three preserved burial areas have shed further light on Iberian funeral rites and structures.

This site forms part of the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia's Iberian Route.