What stands out from the castle is the impressing Romanesque tower with rectangular floor, with semi-circular windows and loopholes, that end with battlements, that you can see from the garden of the house. The building, on a hill, dominates the territory. Therefor the village grew at its feet.
The castles room is the attached segment to the tower, that in the 17th century was transformed to have enough space for the church in honour of the Virgin of the Remedies. It was in that moment that they decided to decapitate the right-hand tower, of a round base with nice loopholes, to convert it in to the bell tower