The little town has Roman origins as we are reminded by archaeological discoveries that brought to light many finds of Roman rustic settlements, graves and sepulchers dating back to Roman Times.
During its long history, Pago del Vallo di Lauro first belonged to de Capua family, afterwards it passed to the Cutillo Brancaccio and finally to the Durazzo family.
In the 16th century a baronial Palace was built on the site of a castle from the Middle Ages. Today nothing remains of the Palace because an earthquake that struck the area in 1702 destroyed it.
VISITING IRPINIA CASTLES by Tina Rigione The first guidebook in English, interactive and multimedia, which takes you between the Castelli d'Irpinia, and not only, with a click or a tap: archaeological sites, city walls, towers, medieval villages, palaces and religious monuments, hundreds of original photos collected in photo galleries and video spots, interactive maps, 90 verification and learning tests for children and teenagers and adults, terminology glossary and references to historical figures, main typical products, important cultural events; direct links to the e-mail box to request information on availability and on tourist routes and / or to visit the historical sites; direct links to the website to access the pages in Italian, English, German and Japanese, direct links to social media Facebook, Twitter, Blogger; Back Stage and notes from the author. Apple ID: 1471103747 - ISBN: 9788888332284
What to do, see and visit in Avellino and in the province, in the beautiful Irpinia, at incredibly low prices?