The Peñones de Guerra are three aligned columns of carbonate rock, that are 20 meters high and are situated 931 m above sealevel..(UTM30S VG 0437234 ‐ 4139135). They rise above the field and are visible from a great part of the town Colomera. They are located about of the dam, about 500 m Northwest of the tower Chopo and 250 m. South of Puerto Guerra. Sima Olivia is a fracture that lies between two of the columns. It measures about 20 m deep, 20 m long and 1 m width and at the bottom is water. The crack has several entrances (ropes are needed to get down). It has been listed with the reference CO-3 (SGEG).
When going from Colomera into the direction from Benalúa de las Villas, you have to take a paved lane to the right in front of the restaurant that is situated at the lake. After a few hundred meters you will reach the rocky outcrops.