While a surfaced road reach almost to the col below the Castle it is well worth tracing the old mule paths from Bolulla that supplied the Castle and areas beyond. This old path is now cut by tracks and roads which were probably built over it but there are still four well defined sections of mule path to enjoy and the intervening stretches of road are short. Point „B‟ provides an excellent stop on olive bancales where shade and shelter can usually be found. From here 10 minutes up the track to the col and then a scramble of 3 0 mins gets you to the ruined Castle. As always the views in this area are superb in all directions, and the option of returning to point „A‟ down the road frees your eyes to enjoy the scenery. The return from Point A to the bar Era includes tracks and a mule path through pine .