With its complex structure, Stradivari Palace dates back to the 19th century, and is a veritable gate giving access to the upper part of the village. The building develops on several levels, going across the street and jutting towards the valley: it’s a good sample of neomedieval architecture. Above the vaulting there’s a square tower, surmounted by a ghibelline crenellation. Nowadays there is a very elegant restaurant inside. Part of the palace is used as restaurant.