On the way to the fortress, you passed the remains of an infantry base and a large cistern (at the right side of the trail), where rainwater is still collected. Trašte (popularly known as Grabovac Fortress) was built before the First World War in order to more effectively defend Tivat, where the navy was stationed, and to shoot at enemy positions in the event of a landing in Trašte Bay. The entrance to the barracks (1) is in the middle of the building, which once housed soldiers' living quarters and warehouses on the ground floor. On the upper floor there was a kitchen and rooms for officers, from where a corridor led to the combat part (2) which had 4 armored batteries and 1 observation post, all protected by heavy metal domes. In this part there is an entrance to an underground corridor 400 meters long, which led to the infantry base at the top of the ridge towards the bay of Trašte (3).