Now, one of the more traditional walks of Sant Cugat is the one that goes to the source of the Cuscó and its archaeological site where they have found remains of Iberian and Roman times. To go to the source we need to get out of the way Slightly bridge Sant Cugat, which crosses the road below and CAMI de Can Can top up to Fat Suriol and there it ascends to the source by way of uerikon. Once at the top, the source becomes an excellent·lens view of a large part of the plain of the Penedès. Once here, We also used to go to the cave of the Pi d'en Beard, about 150 meters of la Font del Cuscó. In this case it seems that it was occupied from the Neolithic period and the Bronze age, at which time at least there was a single burial.