Through their various specialisations, archaeologists have helped to paint a portrait of:
- Daily life during that 30,000-year period : hunting site, gathering place, prehistoric socialisation, prehistoric economics and much more.
- Mobile art: 3,000 sculptures, etchings, decorated antler and bone tools and an impressive series of ornamental objects (pierced teeth; stone beads of talc, amber, lignite, etc.; and beads made of bone, ivory and shell amongst other items).
- Parietal art: Isturitz features a bas-relief pillar and deep etchings depicting cervids, wolverines and other subjects, whilst the cave walls in Oxocelhaya boast etched bison and horses.