The Bed and breakfast Cavour is the ideal solution for a business stay or a holiday in complete relaxation, amidst the artistic and gastronomic beauties of this part of Apulia. The property offers parking in a garage, on request, and accepts small and medium size pets.
The rooms of the bed and breakfast Cavour have their own entrance, private bathroom with shower and hydromassage jets, TV, Wi-Fi connection, air conditioning and balcony.
Of notable historic interest is the Castello Ducale de Sangro, built in the XII century and characterized by six towers, four circular and two square; it has undergone numerous renovations over the centuries and preserves indoors numerous halls with frescoes of the Neapolitan school. Today it houses the Civic Museum and has been declared a national monument.
To visit are also the Sanctuary of Maria Santissima della Fontana and the Mother Church of San Nicola in the Gothic-Apulian style, whose interior with a nave and two aisles retains a valuable wooden choir.
About 10 km from Torremaggiore rises the archaeological area of Castel Fiorentino, a florid town destroyed in 1225, where you can admire the remains of some Byzantine Domus and what remains of the Cathedral of San Michele Arcangelo. The town of Fiorentino is known as the last stay of Frederick II of Swabia, who died here in 1250.