The peak position in the valley of Pescia child makes it one of the most picturesque castles of this area.
The village Aramo, recalled since thousand, in the Middle Ages was the scene of lengthy disputes between Florence and Lucca, in 1383, after a long siege, was almost completely destroyed and burnt. There are still visible traces of walls and some underground tunnels used in the past by residents in case of siege to exit out of the village.
The church of San Frediano b> stands at the height of housing. For a single aisle contains the building furniture for the most sacred of the seventeenth century and eighteenth century.
To visit the beautiful oratorio of the Nativity of Mary b>: on the inside, a valuable fifteenth tempera painting on the wall depicting the Madonna Enthroned b>.