Bastione Molino a Vento: also built in the second half of the sixteenth century, it constitutes the top south-west point of the walls. Originally there was a windmill, hence the name. The garden with areas for cultivating citrus trees also boasts a characteristic nineteenth-century pond.
Bastione Garibaldi: realised in 1577, it constitutes the top north-west point of the walls. The name comes from the presence of a statue of Garibaldi. On this bastion in the 1930's a modern building was added that currently houses a dance-hall.