The San Salvatore Castle is one of the most sumptuous and iconic late medieval fortifications in Europe, where time seems to have stopped. You tread a romantic cobblestone leading to the imposing North Gate, passing through the hamlet between crenellated walls and armoured towers, and after crossing the intriguing drawbridge, you finally enter the heart of the castle. Moving uphill, you gradually leave behind the preoccupations of daily life, overwhelmed by the silence and the extraordinary panorama that opens to reveal a unique, unmatchable atmosphere. Here, among the fascinating medieval ruins of the Ottaviano Palace and the Palaces of the Counts, the terraces march out into sublime beauty, the magnificent Palazzo Odoardo rises up, and ... you can breathe in the air of centuries past!
Impregnable bulwark of the fortress, with a massive portcullis and an authentic external counterweight.
Towering crenellated walls and armoured towers protect the classic medieval hamlet.
An important Roman relic of the Imperial age on a terrace with a breath-taking panoramic view.
Imposing crowned tower and fascinating ruins of the ancient buildings of the court of the Collalto Counts.
Like some endless green terrace, a formal garden overlooks the vast plain as far as Venice.
A remarkable palace whose beauty marries the sheer energy of rococo to the Arcadian style of its noble statues.