The archaeological park of Los Enebralejos is located a few kilometres north of the village of Pradena, in the region of Castilla y Leon, central Spain. The centre of the park is the Cave, discovered in 1932, in which paintings and tombs from the Chalcolithic were discovered.
The site was object of renewal with the building of an archaeological hall and a space for hands on activities funded by the local committee of Pradena and the Fundación del Patrimonio Histórico de Castilla y León in 2002. The workshop space has reconstructions of Chalcolithic huts. The park is run by the local committee of Pradena and provides activities among which flint knapping.