The Toll Caves are located about five kilometres away from the town centre of Moià. To get there, there is a paved track from the main road to Vic which leads to its main entrance. The Coves del Toll complex is made up of a group of caves among which the Cova del Toll stands out: it is the shape of a large L, with two exits, and has a length of about one kilometre and a half, out of which 158 metres can be seen by visitors. A part of its interior is full of sediment, swept along by the torrent, which is mixed with animal remains of the animals and humans that have lived there in the last 100,000 years. Since its discovery in the year 1948, archaeological excavations have been carried out.