This spot is remote, beautiful and eerie (an effect that was enhanced by two old widows, dressed entirely in black, who seemed to be following us everywhere), and when we went we were the only ones there. It is well worth a visit, but unfortunately you are not allowed to enter the town proper, which cut our visit short.
Tip: we were told that tours are possible, and were given the number of a guide by our B & B. A tour would probably have greatly enhanced the experience.
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