The origin of the word is uncertain, although it probably comes from Latin mixed with Celtic, and it means small pot.
In our area, water has always been a treasure, and the proof is that we find many vestiges of ways to make the most of all the water possible.
We find an example of this in the word cadolla, which means “a natural hole open in a rock, where rain, water from the sea or a river form a puddle”.
The origin of the word is uncertain, although it probably comes from Latin mixed with Celtic, and it means small pot, probably referencing the rounded shape they have and that reminds us of a container in which to put liquid.
One of the uses that we can highlight of cadolles is that they serve to give water to different animals.
But not only that, studies highlight the importance of cadolles in the role they play in maintaining a diversity of microorganisms that live there and that many times they can provide us with knowledge about climate change or biodiversity.