The tower of Militas played the most significant role in the repulse of the raiders because of its position. It also protected the most important good for the besieged, the water. The well is located under the tower in a shed in the inner part of the castle. The ruts on the mouth of the well are very typical, they have been made by the ropes which have been going up and down for centuries so as to draw water out. Since the slabs showed signs of wear some new were placed over the old ones but they were also worn. An underground tunnel used to link the well with the central tower of the castle, so if the enemies conquered the village but not the tower, the besieged people would have water supplies.
The gate which is located in the tower of Militas is more recent. On the way back, the road from the tower of Militas leads to the triangle which is formed by the two inner roads of the castle.