It appears as a romantic ruin just outside the Casalvecchio di Puglia, heading east, near the provincial road that leads to Torremaggiore.
The origins of this cylindrical stone tower are uncertain: perhaps it was built in the Middle Ages as a point of strategic garrison of the territory and to exchange signals between the Castle of Dragonara and Castel Fiorentino. According to another hypothesis, it was built in the fifteenth century. to see possible incursions of the Saracens from the plain. The origin of the name is connected to the phenomenon of banditry that characterized the history of the Monti Dauni for most of the nineteenth century.