The natural monument is located in the palaeontological site, Lower Cambrian Jellyfish of Constantina, about two kilometres from Cerro de la Víbora, in the Sierra Norte Natural Park of Seville.
At the top of Cerro Bellido, on the opposite side to the access, are the hollows formed by two large Roman "lapidicinae" stone quarries. Remains of pottery, buildings and metal tools used by the workers have been found there. A very steep slope separates the River Yeguas from the western part of the hill, and it is thought that thick Roman channels were placed across this slope to carry water.
This remarkable municipal museum is the only one of its kind in its speciality in Andalusia. It exhibits a varied and valuable collection of instruments, tools and materials used since ancient times in medicine and surgery.