6. Menhir de Santa Helena
Discovery: It was discovered in 2008 by the geologist Carles Roqué.
Location and environment: Located around 60 m over the middle-aged villlage of Santa Creu de Rodes.
Appearance: It is an ancient vertical phallic shaped stone. Built in granite. It is currently laid down, but surely close to its original location.
Building era: Second half of IV millennia B.C., this chronology is given by the relationship done with the nearby megalithic structures.