This is a must if you are in the area. Access is by a cable car or train depending where you are coming from takes you up into the mountains to this haven of tranquility. The rock formations are astounding and the views can be stunning.
We were fortunate enough to be in the monastery for the singing which was fantastic.
There are good views back across if you take the path across to the cross on the neighbouring spur, the cross itself is covered in graffiti however and not so nice.
There are several places to eat and drink and also liquor tasting.
The locals have a market too selling cheeses and other local produce. It does get quite busy however. Not really suited for those of limited mobility as it is in the hills.