The CASTLE can be reached from the lower part of the village through a door in the castle wall (the “Porta Alba” (Alba Gate), built at the same time as the castle and exactly the SAME as it was centuries ago).
Part of this wall still exists today, together with the oldest part of the village; the church on the other hand was rebuilt in the 17th century in Baroque style, while the bell tower is still the original built in the 15th century.
The village church, devoted to Saint Sebastian, houses works of art such as the Madonna and Child by the German artist Kraft Freifing, paintings depicting St. Monica and St. Sebastian, both by Kirkmaier of Turin, and the precious walnut BAS-RELIEF which depicts the Crucifix and Saints Francis of Assisi and Bernardino of Siena.