At least though there is a road from Santo Domingo, past the football ground and cemetery, which takes you most of the way. It used to be a rough, single track and only suitable for 4 x 4's and certainly not hire cars which are not insured off-road. That said, we did once manage to suspend the Land Rover on 3 wheels over a deep hole. (Don't remind me!) Recently though, the road has been asphalted and widened slightly which makes the 3km drive a pleasant trip.
We also found that the car park at the end of the road has been re-surfaced and made to look as attractive as possible, when using asphalt and white lines. Although the old drinks shack has disappeared, at least the water basin complete with operational water tap has been left - a good place to fill up water bottles or just rinse your hands! However, we were the only car there yesterday so not exactly a crush of people, although a couple of walkers were striding out having come down the path from Santo Domingo.
If we were in any doubt at where to look for a good view, a sign drew us to the mirador (viewpoint) which faces north east.