Its floor is relatively well preserved, although with some damage, and its depth is 2.75 metres. We estimate that it would have a capacity of about 12,200 litres. A large number of ceramic fragments from different periods and building remains were recovered from the interior. On one of its sides there was a child burial from the late medieval period. It faces northwest and looks directly towards El Castril de Benaocaz, where the natural spring that was the head of the aqueduct that supplied the city may have been, so it can not be ruled out that this cistern was the one that stored the water from this aqueduct and from here it was distributed to the other cisterns in the city, located at lower altitudes.