Like so many archaeological gems in the area it is underdeveloped, so although you get to wander round the wonderful site, with ruined walls (some in the process of being restored to their former glory) there is little information about what the various sectors might have been (you are given a small free flyer with some very basic information on it) - you are left to imagine how it might have looked. I spent a couple of hours there, part of the time going down dead ends (signage is minimal!), but thoroughly enjoyed it, though at my advancing years would have appreciated some seating part way round!!
I ended my visit with a long chat with the armed security guard, who farmed locally, admiring the beautiful scenery surrounding the site.
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