The events of its prestigious history echo in the alleys with cobbled river stone and stone houses with the traditional roof in embrici and the interior characterized by barrel vaults in brick.
The village boasts its many noble palaces, beautiful stone portals (about eight hundred were counted), and beautiful courts. The white houses, the steep staircases of the lanes, the surrounding green countryside complete the suggestive picture that deserved the Orange Flag of the Italian Touring Club and the mention among the most beautiful villages in Italy.
The village houses seven churches, among which stands out for its beauty and importance the Co-cathedral dedicated to the Assumption of Mary: Romanesque factory that anticipates Gothic styles and reuses structural and decorative elements of Roman and Byzantine times. On the side the San Marco da Eca Chapel.
Another architectural masterpiece jealously guarded by the village is the majestic Palazzo Ducale, born as a defensive fortress in Roman times and became a noble residence with the Guevara Dukes, dominates the entire Vallo di Bovino and houses the Diocesan Museum, the Community Library, as well as a very charming guest house. Other wonders not to be missed are the Civic Museum "Nicastro" which houses the interesting anthropomorphic steles and outside the village the ancient Moleno sul Cervaro.