It is located a few kilometres from the border with Puglia and, although very small, it combines the splendid landscape in which it stands out with the historical echo that crosses it. Ancient portals and characteristic houses give it a unique charm. Numerous points of interest, such as the Sanctuary of the Gloriosa, which testifies to the passage of the Basilian monks, the Mother Church dedicated to Santo Stefano, the Clock tower, in the historic centre, and the remains of the Roman aqueduct that brought water to the city of Canosa. The nearby picnic areas are pleasant, enlivened by two particular fountains: Chiancone and Schiaffone.