Founded as a Fort in military use only and nonresidential, the manor was originally surrounded by a moat and was accessible by a drawbridge, then removed and replaced by a brick ramp of stone and brick.
Exquisite courtyard in which remain the ruins of a small chapel with frescoes.
Frescoes in the so-called "weapons" Room depict scenes from the life of Christ. The large niche was discovered recently a pictorial cycle: an Agnus Dei on the vault, which is superimposed a large jeweled cross.
There are two female medallions monochrome, and under these, the emblem of the Del Carretto. The stylistic and