The village is dominated by the ruins of a castle dating back to the twelfth century, while in the historic centre there are several liturgical buildings, such as the sixteenth century Conventual Complex of the Reformed Fathers, with a spectacular cloister, today the seat of the Municipality, the annexed Church of Sant’Antonio, which contains works of exquisite workmanship such as a polyptych by Antonio Stabile, a work by Antonio Ferro and another by Simone da Firenze and the ancient Church della Trinità founded in the 10th century.