The hilltop town of Tolve is located north of Castelmezzano, an ancient Medieval centre, defended on a cliff and dominated by the remains of its ancient Castle. The feast of San Rocco is celebrated here in August and September.
Other points of interest include the portal of the Church of San Pietro and the nearby remains of a Roman villa which dates back to the 4th century BC. The villa was abandoned in the 3rd century BC after a fire which was probably linked to the plundering carried out by Hannibal’s troops during the Second Punic War.