Be warned, the paths and steps are uneven and a little scary in places. Once you leave the visitor's centre there is nothing, no emergency telephone, kiosk, first aid point, just 4 castles and a path/steps. Take sensible shoes, sun cream if necessary (very exposed) and take a drink with you. We went on a hot Tuesday and when we came down off the mountain found there was nowhere to get a drink. Not even a vending machine in the visitor centre. Otherwise I would give it 5 out of 5.
Despite the rough path, it feels wild and unkemp, no health and safety fanatics here.
Once up there you are treated to spectacular views of mountains both near and in the distance. The 4 castles here cling to the rock and provide wonderful photo opportunities. There is also the remains of a medieval village at the end of the site. You have to climb down and back up again, but quite interesting in the shade of the pines, next to the river.
We had a good day exploring. It was hot and we soon got thirsty, but great to be out in the open and such great views!
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