Also known as the Belengo Fountain, as it is thought to have been built by the Belengo family in ancient times. Located at an altitude of 254m above sea level in Cogombola, on the left side in the upper part of the Valley of Corìo, which is today also known as “Valverde”.

The water comes out at the base through heavily fissured rock formations, resting on more impermeable rock layers with the presence of clay. Erosion has formed a large and long “covolo” (cave) which dominates the fountain. The water is collected in two ponds, the oldest being the one with a characteristic brick vault.

The traces of the original troughs are no longer visible.