It is a manor castle, also known as Palazzo Marchesaleand it was used by Frederick II to breed horses, signalling the presence of this village on top of a promontory where the gaze is lost in the panorama of the Apulian Murgia. Studded with ancient churches, such as that of San Rocco, of the SS Crocifisso, of San Sebastiano or, again, the Chiesa Madre di San Nicola, Palazzo San Gervasio keeps alive the intertwining of history, culture and art, establishing itself as one of the richest areas in finds such as porcelain objects, canvases, prints and ancient volumes. All preserved in the historical Picture Gallery of Palazzo d’Errico, which constitutes a veritable treasure trove of literary and artistic collections, among the most precious in southern Italy.