The tower is all that remains of the medieval castle of Tione, first reports of which date to the C13th.
The castle was probably formed by a wall of a triangular shape with a prominent tower at the top. Apart from the tower all that remains of this ancient castle is the northwest door.
The tower is about 19m high and consists of mixed masonry with irregular stonework and with a beautiful, more recent, clock at the top.
The tower’s original purpose was defensive as can be seen from the small apertures, slits and battlements still visible today, and from the raised entrance accessed via a retractable staircase.
Inside the structure is divided into 4 connected floors. The access door on the ground floor was added as part of a recent restoration during which the interior was also rebuilt.3D model of the medieval village