The Castle dates to the C12th and was probably built over the remains of a Vestini settlement. The structure has undergone many changes over time due to the many conquests it has endured such as that by Braccio da Montone in 1424, Alfonso of Aragon in 1443 and Antonio di Castelvecchio of 1648.
Today the site is surrounded by an ellipsoid curtain wall, with two pentagonal towers and two circular towers, one of which is now the bell tower of the church of San Pietro.
Originally the entrance to the castle was in the the southwest, in a square tower with a Gothic arch on top of which are still visible two grooves that were part of the housing for the drawbridge.
Still visible at the top of the tower is the machicolation used to defend the entrance. Passing through into the village you can see a small door that was originally used to enter the upper part of the castle.