This castle is one of the earlier ones and was built from an existing building from earlier Middle Ages. It had changed ownership a lot of times and was, at one point, in possession of Sforza family. It consists of a fort, a ditch and a tower, which served as a sentry. This is yet another castle which has the water ditch surrounding it and a drawbridge, which, curiously enough, is still in working order today! The water about it gives it a scenic and picturesque surroundings, which make the location seem even more romantic: An interesting information I'd also found about this castle: ''In the course of the centuries the castle entertained many brilliant characters among which, in the 1360, Francesco Petrarca.'' Well, surely, it would be interesting to see where Petrarca had once been? Wouldn't it?