The necropolis is found in an open space, meaning that any visitor is able to access it every day for free. Many of its remains can be found in the local Archaeology Museum. If these caves had not been looted repetitively in the past, Osuna would have one of the best Roman Ceramic and Glasswork Museums in Spain. Some of the caves are separated into sections with vaulted ceilings, dug out of the rock, the walls decorated with birds. There are a large number of tombs in the ground. A series of more recent tombs can be seen from the enormous funebrial ensemble, the latest being from the Visigoth era.