Very well developed and laid out for visits, the circuit (which loops back to the starting point) allows visitors to explore the two sites one after the other. Car park and access to the Cucuruzzu site along a very pleasant path (approx. 15 minutes walk). It is a good idea to programme this visit with a visit to the Levie archaeology museum. Castelo di Cucuruzzu: this remarkable bronze age site represents an important fortified Toréen complex dating from the second millennium BC. Capula: this site enables visitors to identify the various island cultures that flourished on the same site. Occupied since the Bronze age, it was later at the centre of feudal system and represents an important Medieval settlement.