Located between wonderful hills nearby the homonymous town, its structure consists in a surrounding wall which includes the so called “Matildic Tower”.
Starting from the XII century, the buildings have been fortified and enlarged; in particular, a portion of the Feudal Castle has been built next to the watchtower situated next to the main entrance. The two buildings are connected by an underground tunnel.
Around the XVIth century, all the buildings faced many important transformations the construction of the so called “Bishops’ Rooms” appears to date back to this period; the rooms present beautiful ancient wooden roofs and wall paintings dating back to the Renaissance.
The last important renovation works ended in 2007 and,
due to a conservative makeover, they gave us the chance to recover a building having a great historical and cultural value, making it fully functional to be dedicated to exhibitions, cultural activities, conventions, seminars, wedding receptions and caterings.
Entrance and guided tour: free offer