This place is beautiful, the views alone are worth the money, let alone the story behind the ruins.
I would say that unless you are reasonably fit, you may find this a struggle. There are lots of steps to climb both sides of the bridge and we passed a few people that had stopped for a breather as it was quite strenuous. Obviously there isn't anything that can be done about this, it's a medieval relic so it's lovely as it is but I think there should be a sign up where you pay to say that it is quite physically demanding. Having said this, I loved it! Spectacular views and a great place to clamber down to the caves at the bottom (again, quite demanding!) as well as picturing folk in mediaeval times milling around the place. Fab if you're fit enough, just fon't take a buggy or anybody with a physical ailment.
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