The happy position of the village, situated on two hills - San Rocco and San Tommaso - makes it particularly attractive, offering views ranging from the Vulture massif to the Ofanto valley, up to the Capitanata plain.
Its vast territory is crossed by numerous sheep tracks of transhumance, among which the most important terminates in Candela, moving from Pescasseroli in Abruzzo.
The Middle Ages can be breathed among the winding alleys, whose unevenness are often characterized by stairs, narrow between the houses perched in the Cittadella district, among which stand out churches and precious palaces, furnished with precious arches, portals and delightful courtyards.
Among its most beautiful architecture are the white Mother Church dedicated to Santa Maria della Purificazione, the Romanesque Church of San Rocco, the Church of San Tommaso, Palazzo Doria.
The village is particularly charming during the Christmas period, when among a thousand lights and markets its center comes alive and Palazzo Ripandelli with its toy museum turns into the home of Santa Claus.