In the town center stands the fifteenth-century castle by Martino da Corte in 1467, probably built on a former fortress of the tenth century. The building, made of bricks still visible, has ghibelline style battlements and a square tower of sighting ending with a gallery with two mullioned windows. The structure, built around a courtyard, was surrounded by a ditch. Even today you can see the entrance portal with round arch and the signs of the old drawbridge. The headstone above depicts the emblem of the founder, Da Corte, deputy of the Fabbrica del Duomo and treasurer of the ducal court.