The ruins are made up of about 80 structures, divided into three distinct building groups. The main one, Group F, is located along the highway, with the massive Tacaná volcano looming in the distance. Group F covers a relatively small area, consisting mostly of low-lying structures, a ball court, and a handful of weathered stelae and sculptures.
The other two groups, Group A and Group B, are made up of a number of uncovered mounds, stone sculptures, and stelae. They’re located on the opposite side of the highway from Group F, approximately 400 meters (0.25 mile) down a dirt road.