Once through the gate of the castle, one can see traces of late 14th century frescoes on the outer wall of the church. One of the most striking ones is a huge fresco of St. Christopher protecting wayfarers and St. John the Baptist and Archangel Gabriel, the patron saints of the community.
Moving up, one enters the keep, with only traces of the walls still remaining. The road ends near the barbican of the castle, where there are two doors. The arched door is embedded in a defence system consisting of two square towers with various types of embrasures.
Above the door is the tank of the village’s aqueduct. Inside, there is the double-door system with room to inspect the carts.