At this point, the walk can be extended slightly to view a range of buildings, constructed using the traditional dry stone technique. The eastern variant of the path also goes to Sant Miquel Castle.
Dry-stone is a building technique that uses stone as the basic building material without any other form of cement. It requires great skill to position small individual stones together so that they form a single structure. It is a widely-used technique throughout the Mediterranean. The remains of dry-stone walls can be spotted around Sant Miquel Castle, used to mark out and shore up terraces where vineyards were planted in the past, as well as other edifications built using the same technique.