The numerous archaeological finds make this village authentic and evocative. Ancient, born in the sixth century BC, it expresses its beauty in the works of art kept in the Mother Church of San Nicola di Bari, in that of San Giovanni, in what remains of the three floors of the feudal castle, where it is possible to find the furnishings of the time, in the long wrought iron railings that connote glimpses of the village and in the thick vegetation that surrounds and envelops the whole.