Seven sites were surveyed:
Site 1. A field wall built of two rows of medium-sized stones.
Site 2. A rock-hewn cave with a semicircular opening, located at the top of the eastern slope (Fig. 2).
Site 3. A modern structure built of fieldstones (Fig. 3).
Site 4. A wall of a rectangular building, protruding slightly above surface.
Site 5. A straight rock-cutting in bedrock (length c. 3 m).
Site 6. A farming terrace built of medium-sized fieldstones, set atop a course of large stones that is probably an ancient wall (preserved height 1.0–1.5 m; Fig. 4).
Site 7. A winepress hewn in a bedrock terrace. It has a treading floor with round corners and a perforation in its northern side led to a rectangular collecting vat. Midway up the bedrock terrace wall is a square hewn niche (height c. 1.5 m; Fig. 5), possibly intended for additional activity of processing agricultural produce.